Jakub Hrozek wrote: > the sssd's code that fetches sudo rules from the IPA server got an > overhaul recently. The search would no longer be performed against the > compat tree, but against IPA's native LDAP tree. This would have the > advantage that environments that don't use the slapi-nis' compat tree > for another reason (like old or non-Linux clients) would no longer > require slapi-nis to be running at all.
Frankly I don't understand this text. Especially I don't know what the terms "compat tree" and "IPA's native LDAP tree" really mean. Does this only affect the IPA provider? Ciao, Michael. -- Michael Ströder E-Mail: mich...@stroeder.com http://www.stroeder.com
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