[Samba] BUG?? - Samba 2.2.8a Number of Users in a
GroupMaxproblem(2.2.7a works, however)
MBROWN at mesainc.com
Tue Apr 22 15:13:12 GMT 2003
Ok. I have setup a test server with openldap and samba authenticating against ldap.
Notice the compile log errors in the attached "sambalog" file. These errors do not show up in version 2.2.7a.
In the attached files, one is called "log.noaccess" that I am authenticating against a group with about 150 users.
If you notice in the log, it tells me that "username.c" can not find the ldap group.
The other file is "log.access". It authenticates against the same ldap server, group, share, etc. with about 80 users
and does recognize the user and groups.
Both logs are at level 10 debug.
Michael D. Brown
Sr. Network Administrator
Mesa Associates, Inc.
>>> "Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org> Friday, April 18, 2003 >>>
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On Fri, 18 Apr 2003, MICHAEL BROWN wrote:
> Hehe. Sorry about the caps and did not mean any ill intentions.
No problem :-)
> 10-4 on the roll-up for security.
> Running RedHat 8.0
> It is odd because if I go over 80 or so users in a group, samba will not
> authenticate but if you stay under that number, it works just fine.
> Getent groups/shadow sees the user in the correct group.
> Authentication to RH works fine as well. I have other LDAP enabled
> applications that have no problem with the number of users per group.
> Just seems to be something within samba.
Could you send me a level 10 samba debug log of the failed connection?
That would be helpful.
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