On Mon, Feb 22, 2016 at 03:09:51PM +0100, Harald Dunkel wrote:
> Hi folks,
> 
> this morning I recognized that the sssd on our mail server
> went away (which is fatal). journalctl -u sssd sssd says
> 
> :
> Feb 21 18:01:55 srvvm01.example.com sssd[199]: Killing service [example.com], 
> not responding to pings!
> Feb 21 18:01:55 srvvm01.example.com sssd[199]: Killing service [nss], not 
> responding to pings!
> Feb 21 18:02:15 srvvm01.example.com sssd[be[215]: Shutting down
> Feb 21 18:02:15 srvvm01.example.com sssd[152704]: Starting up
> Feb 21 18:02:17 srvvm01.example.com sssd[be[152709]: Starting up
> Feb 21 18:02:17 srvvm01.example.com sssd[152710]: Starting up
> Feb 21 18:02:21 srvvm01.example.com sssd[152711]: Starting up
> Feb 21 18:02:22 srvvm01.example.com sssd[199]: Exiting the SSSD. Could not 
> restart critical service [nss].
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com sssd[be[152709]: Shutting down
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com sssd[315]: Shutting down
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com sssd[313]: Shutting down
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com sssd[312]: Shutting down
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com sssd[311]: Shutting down
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com systemd[1]: sssd.service: main process 
> exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
> Feb 21 18:02:37 srvvm01.example.com systemd[1]: Unit sssd.service entered 
> failed state.
> 
> What has happened here?
> 
> This was sssd version 1.12.5. I have upgraded to version 1.13.3-1
> this morning.

Is there anything else in the logs (/var/log/sssd/*)

Do you run with enumeration enabled?

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