Small update, it appears that once I run "getent group <groupname>" - my
user shows up in the group <groupname>. Odd.

(and yes, I have ran "sss_cache -UG" many a time)

-M

On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 5:15 PM, Michael Lasevich <mlasev...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> FreeIPA 4.0.3 server with SSSD 1.9.2 on CentOS6
>
> Seems that group membership is completely inconsistent
>
> Running "id" in shell as my user on:
>   * ipa server - I am a member of 2 groups
>   * Server that just came up and joined - 1 group
>   * Server that has been up for some time  - 5 groups
>
> Via UI: Member of 7 groups directly and 1 indirect
>
> Gets weirder - I added a line to sudoers file (not ipa sudo support, can't
> get that to work) allowing certain group I am a member of. If I run sudo as
> the user - i get rejected as not being in sudoers, however if I run check
> as root:
>
> sudo -l -U username
>
> I see that I should be allowed.
>
> More wierdness, If I do "getent group <groupname>" - it shows me as a
> member - but
> I do not recall having this much trouble with same sssd and 3.0 server :-(
>
> Any thoughts?
>
> -M
>
>
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