Samba4 Alpha 9 - More missing POSIX attributes on latest build(RESOLVED)
mbrown at mesainc.com
Fri Aug 28 08:58:19 MDT 2009
the GDB debug output is attached. This is also on latest GIT.
Here are the steps, if relevant:
*) Provision backend
*) Start SLAPD with "ldap_backend_startup.sh" within "/samba/private/ldap"
*) Start SAMBA process
*) Change "administrator" password with ./net command, which gives the following error:
ERROR: talloc_free with references at libnet/libnet_passwd.c:630
reference at libnet/libnet_rpc.c:419
reference at libnet/libnet_rpc.c:198
but changes the password OK.
*) Connect to SAMBA backend with LDAP client with administrator credentials
*) Import test user and group via LDIF file that contains MS and POSIX attributes. All import perfect.
*) Stop SAMBA process and setup GDB for SAMBA
*) Run MS user/group MMC and select the group object, then crash.
On a different note, and I am sure you guys are aware of this, the python scripts for changing a users's password, as well as adding a user, don't work if the backend is provisioned for OpenLDAP. No big deal because you can use the net command to change the password (with the error noted above). However, I don't think you can use the net command to add a user, again when using OpenLDAP backend. No big deal there either..
>>> Andrew Bartlett <abartlet at samba.org> Thursday, August 27, 2009 >>>
On Thu, 2009-08-27 at 13:21 -0500, MICHAEL BROWN wrote:
> these attributes ARE working correctly in both SAMBA backend, as well as OpenLDAP backend. The "changetype" function was the issue.
> Sorry for the posts.
> However, I did see the following error on an XP machine NOT joined to the SAMBA domain when SAMBA's provision script uses the OpenLDAP
> backend. Using the AD user/group MMC, SAMBA crashed when selecting a group object to view it's properties. This is GIT version f2fa9e6.
Any chance of catching this under gdb and running 'bt full'?
Also ensure you compile with --enable-developer so we get full symbols.
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