[PATCH] remove xfile.[ch]
jra at samba.org
Sat Dec 10 21:47:51 UTC 2016
On Sat, Dec 10, 2016 at 01:25:27PM -0800, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 10, 2016 at 11:42:17AM -0800, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> > On Fri, Dec 09, 2016 at 02:27:01PM +0100, Volker Lendecke wrote:
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > The attached patchset removes our stdio replacement xfile.[ch]. I
> > > haven't been able to test everything, for example I don't have AIX
> > > available, but the small unit tests I've done looked promising.
> > >
> > > Review appreciated!
> > FYI. I'm trying to push this because it's obviously correct :-),
> > but with this patchset I repeatably get with:
> > make test TESTS=samba3.ntlm_auth
> > the following:
> > [1(0)/2 at 0s] samba3.ntlm_auth.krb5 with old ccache(ktest:local)
> > UNEXPECTED(failure): samba3.ntlm_auth.krb5 with old ccache(ktest:local).ntlm_auth with krb5 gss-spnego-client and gss-spnego server(ktest:local)
> > REASON: Exception: Exception: could not obtain winbind domain name!
> > could not obtain winbind netbios name!
> > could not obtain winbind domain name!
> > command: /home/jeremy/src/samba/git/master/source3/script/tests/test_ntlm_auth_krb5.sh python /home/jeremy/src/samba/git/master/source3 /home/jeremy/src/samba/git/m
> > expanded command: /home/jeremy/src/samba/git/master/source3/script/tests/test_ntlm_auth_krb5.sh python /home/jeremy/src/samba/git/master/source3 /home/jeremy/src/sa
> > ERROR: Testsuite[samba3.ntlm_auth.krb5 with old ccache(ktest:local)]
> > REASON: Exit code was 1
> > which is driving me *nuts*, because there's absolutely
> > no reason for it :-).
> > Still investigating..
> OK, I'm getting close. I think ntlm_auth is failing to return a '\n' somewhere.
> Still investigating. God I *HATE* debugging python code :-).
Ah, I think this code has exposed an oooold ooold bug in ntlm_auth.c
I don't think this:...
static char winbind_separator(void)
struct winbindd_response response;
static bool got_sep;
static char sep;
/* Send off request */
if (winbindd_request_response(NULL, WINBINDD_INFO, NULL, &response) !=
d_printf("could not obtain winbind separator!\n");
should be printing to stdout...
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