[Samba] id mapping
L. van Belle
belle at samba.org
Thu Sep 23 07:32:16 UTC 2021
I've been reading the thread now and.. Correct me where im wrong.
Samba only needs a build parameter to enable idmap_sss or do i need more
And when this is enabled, SSSD need to be rebuild with paramater
Because, if thats the case, im starting today on the final 4.15.0 builds
and maybe i can add it and put these in a separeted repo.
If its not to much works, i'll think about this.
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> Van: samba [mailto:samba-bounces at lists.samba.org] Namens
> Ralph Boehme via samba
> Verzonden: woensdag 22 september 2021 21:26
> Aan: Patrick Goetz; samba at lists.samba.org
> Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] id mapping
> Am 22.09.21 um 18:00 schrieb Patrick Goetz:
> > I'm a bit confused about what this branch does; i.e. if it's just to
> > facilitate the use of idmap_sss, then why are patches needed?
> it doesn't facilitat idmap_sss, it *adds* idmap_sss. It's a
> branch forket from the main samba development branch where I've added
> the idmap_sss sources taken from the upstream sssd git repository.
> > Aren't people currently using idmap_sss with Samba,
> only on Redhat, because there Samba is patched to include idmap_sss.
> Other Linuxes ship vanilla upstream Samba that doesn't
> include idmap_sss.
> > or is that only
> > because Redhat is patching Samba downstream and it doesn't work at
> > all with Ubuntu systems even when sss is installed?
> > I've read there's a memory leak in 4.11 anyway, and some people are
> > recommending the source: http://apt.van-belle.nl/ as an alternative
> > to the distro Samba packages available on Debian/Ubuntu.
> you will have to build your own packages on Ubuntu from source if you
> want to use idmap_sss.
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