On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 08:28:01AM -0400, Mark Heslin wrote:
> On 07/28/2014 07:33 AM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
> >On Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 07:28:22AM -0400, Mark Heslin wrote:
> >>Hi Jakub,
> >>
> >>I've added the output of 'sssd -i -d4' below:
> >>
> >>On 07/28/2014 03:39 AM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
> >>>On Sun, Jul 27, 2014 at 10:42:34PM -0400, Mark Heslin wrote:
> >>>>Folks,
> >>>>
> >>>>I just stumbled on an odd issue. I have an OpenShift deployment with 2
> >>>>brokers, 2 nodes, 1 rhc client
> >>>>all running RHEL 6.5. I also have 2 IPA servers (1 server, 1 replica), 1 
> >>>>IPA
> >>>>admin (tools) client all running RHEL 7.0.
> >>>>All OpenShift hosts, client and IPA client are members of IPA domain
> >>>>'interop.example.com'.
> >>>>
> >>>>After creating ssh public keys on the IPA admin client for user 
> >>>>'ose-admin1'
> >>>>and uploading them into IPA,
> >>>>I am able to ssh with the key to all IPA domain hosts as user 'ose-admin1'
> >>>>except the 2 node hosts.
> >>>>In looking closer at the 2 node hosts I noticed that SSSD keeps failing on
> >>>>start:
> >>>>
> >>>># service sssd restart
> >>>>Stopping sssd: cat: /var/run/sssd.pid: No such file or directory
> >>>>[FAILED]
> >>>>Starting sssd: [FAILED]
> >>>>
> >>>>Starting with debug mode shows:
> >>>>
> >>>>   [root@node1/2 ~]# sssd -d9
> >>>>   (Sun Jul 27 22:12:29:527689 2014) [sssd] [check_file] (0x0400): lstat 
> >>>> for
> >>>>[/var/run/nscd/socket] failed: [2][No such file or directory].
> >>>>   (Sun Jul 27 22:12:29:529293 2014) [sssd] [ldb] (0x0400):
> >>>>server_sort:Unable to register control with rootdse!
> >>>>   (Sun Jul 27 22:12:29:529596 2014) [sssd] [confdb_get_domain_internal]
> >>>>(0x0400): No enumeration for [interop.example.com]!
> >>>>   (Sun Jul 27 22:12:29:529646 2014) [sssd] [confdb_get_domain_internal]
> >>>>(0x1000): pwd_expiration_warning is -1
> >>>>   (Sun Jul 27 22:12:29:529686 2014) [sssd] [server_setup] (0x0040): 
> >>>> Becoming
> >>>>a daemon.
> >>>At this point sssd became a deamon and detached from the terminal, so no
> >>>more debug info was printed. Can you run sssd again, adding "-i"
> >>>(interactive) this time?
> >>[root@node2 ~]# sssd -i -d4
> >>(Mon Jul 28 07:25:20 2014) [sssd] [get_ping_config] (0x0100): Time between
> >>service pings for [interop.example.com]: [10]
> >>(Mon Jul 28 07:25:20 2014) [sssd] [get_ping_config] (0x0100): Time between
> >>SIGTERM and SIGKILL for [interop.example.com]: [60]
> >>(Mon Jul 28 07:25:20 2014) [sssd] [start_service] (0x0100): Queueing service
> >>interop.example.com for startup
> >>/usr/libexec/sssd/sssd_be: error while loading shared libraries:
> >>libcares.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
> >^^^ Here goes the error. Can you check if c-ares is installed and has
> >the expected version? Yum check would be a good start, I think.
> Here's what I found:
> 
>   # ll /usr/libexec/sssd/sssd_be
>   -rwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 577480 Dec 19  2013 /usr/libexec/sssd/sssd_be
> 
>   # yum check
>   Loaded plugins: priorities, security, subscription-manager
>   This system is receiving updates from Red Hat Subscription Management.
>   check all
> 
> #
> 
> Seems to be clean. Thoughts?
> 
> -m
> 

rpm -q c-ares
rpm -qV c-ares
yum reinstall c-ares

make sure c-ares is the right architecture, same as the sssd deamon,
libraries can be multilib.

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