[Samba] Can one set limits on new core dump?

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at samba.org
Wed May 31 11:40:14 GMT 2006

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Doug VanLeuven wrote:

> Jerry, I was wrong before.  Please read.
> Sometime in the last 8 months, idmap_ad doesn't
> build by default anymore.  My memory being what it is,
> I wouldn't swear it ever did, but I thought it used to.

I don't believe it was ever built by default.
It was included in some packages by default, but
never a basic ./configure && make && make install.

> if I define it static, with "--with-static-modules=idmap_ad"
> I get a build error:

It should be built as a shared module

> if I define it shared, with "--with-shared-modules=idmap_ad"
> I get a clean build, but then I start core dumping again.
> May 31 01:19:14 gate winbindd[5355]: [2006/05/31 01:19:14, 0]
> lib/fault.c:fault_report(41)
> May 31 01:19:14 gate winbindd[5355]:
> ===============================================================
> May 31 01:19:14 gate winbindd[5355]: [2006/05/31 01:19:14, 0]
> lib/fault.c:fault_report(42)
> May 31 01:19:14 gate winbindd[5355]:   INTERNAL ERROR: Signal 6 in pid
> 5355 (3.0.23pre2-SVN-build-15864)

Looks like an abort in the talloc code called by the sfu idmap
support.  I agree this would be guenther's code.

Can you add some comments to the bug report Bob mentioned?

cheers, jerry
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