Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Feb 21 19:09:50 GMT 2007
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> On Wed, 2007-02-21 at 09:45 -0800, Herb Lewis wrote:
>> There is a problem if you specify idmap domains = DOMA, DOMB
>> but do not have a idmap config DOMx: default = yes
>> in idmap.c we try to sort the idmap_domains array so the
>> default domain is last. If no default was specified then
>> def_dom_num is set to -1 and we swap memory from outside
>> the array with the assignment (actually just pointers but
>> you get the drift):
>> temp = idmap_domains[def_dom_num]
>> Should we change the initial
>> static int def_dom_num = -1;
>> to initialize to 0 or should we indicate a misconfiguration
>> in this case?
> Good question.
> To make it easy for user we may just assume that
> if no domain is explicitly marked as default,
> then the first in the list is the default one,
> or we may check which domain we are joined to
> and mark that ss the default.
> Jerry, what do you think?
Seems like I rememebr having the same question.
I think the more intuitive model is to simply give the
user what they asked for. No default idmap domain.
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