The flapping posixacl.py test
abartlet at samba.org
Thu Jun 15 04:10:08 UTC 2017
On Thu, 2017-06-15 at 15:43 +1200, Andrew Bartlett via samba-technical
> Here are some notes on the flapping posixacl.py test:
> You can line up the printed ACL against the ACL expected in
> posix.acl.py, but I've added the index number at the start of the
> five blocks to help you line it up.
> What is going on is that the well known groups are being mapped to a
> GID, not a BOTH, which is what the code expects:
This appears to be due to a slow startup of winbindd. When we force
winbindd to be very slow to start, it fails reliably. I'm looking into
making sure wbinfo -p returns successfully before any tests start.
My guess is that the 'legacy fallback' calls behave differently to the
winbindd online calls, which we may wish to look into.
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