> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Bokovoy [mailto:aboko...@redhat.com]
> Sent: Thursday, 21 January 2016 9:22 AM

> >ses=4294967295 subj=kernel pid=18340 comm="httpd" reason="memory
> >violation" sig=11 type=ANOM_ABEND msg=audit(1453325558.988:1245):
> >auid=4294967295 uid=991 gid=987 ses=4294967295 subj=kernel pid=18357
> >comm="httpd" reason="memory violation" sig=11
> Ok, I see two problems above and they may be related to recently fixed issue 
> with
> python-cryptography's use of python-cffi. However, this issue should not 
> affect
> CentOS 7.2 as the broken python-cryptography code is not in RHEL 7.2 at all, 
> so
> I'm a bit puzzled.

I’m sure it's now apparent that I'm a relative FreeIPA/sssd new comer, and tbh, 
involvement with AD has been "enough to not hurt myself or others or 
samba I last played with seriously for AD related issues way back when 2.x was 
around - since then it's been file sharing only.

I would like to test a few things, but I'm finding it hard to find good 

 How can I test that the one way trust relationship between the FreeIPA server
   and the AD DC is still in effect? (FreeIPA trusts AD, AD does not trust 
   I presume there is an ldapsearch or sssd command that should connect 
directly to
   the AD server? 

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