Pavel Zuna wrote:
Rob Crittenden wrote:When an entry is created, we show the default attributes and all attributes that were created explicitly. Before this patch, it was just all attributes, that were created explicitly, so for example gid didn't show up on groups, because it was created by the DNA plugin.Pavel Zuna wrote:And here's the actual patch. :)Pavel Zuna wrote:This should fix the issue: Rob Crittenden wrote:Michael Gregg wrote:Rob, did the support for posix groups change?If I create a group specifying "--posix" the cli does create the group. Then, using ipa group-find, I do not see any way to determine if that group is a posixgroup or not.group-find -all used to reveal a PosixGroup field. How do I determine if a group is a posix group or not? Michael-Ok, I suppose I could have looked at this before firing off an e-mail :-)I do see the group number when showing a group: $ ./ipa group-show g9 ----------- group-show: ----------- Group: g9 name: g9 description: test posix group group id: 1117But when adding it this doesn't appear. Oddly enough we show the ipquniqueid when adding a group but not when showing it!Pavel, do you have time to investigate this inconsistency? robPavelI'm not sure how this addresses the issue that when adding a group different values are returned than when you show one.When showing an entry, we return the default attributes. Should I change LDAPCreate to only return default attributes?
No. I understand the problem now. I think in earlier versions we were actually doing a lookup of the entry after creation and returning that. This would resolve the problem.
This also causes a whole ton of tests to fail. I think in baseldap.oy instead of:Some of the tests were failing before this patch. I submitted a fix for most of them.if options['all']: You want: if options.get('all', False):if options['all'] is fine, because --all is a Flag parameters and is required.
The service plugin overrides takes_options() in some cases, hence no 'all. Probably something to fix but we still should handle this case (all not in options).
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