2016-09-13 15:07 GMT+02:00 Lukas Slebodnik <lsleb...@redhat.com>:
> On (13/09/16 10:39), Sumit Bose wrote:
> >On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 10:13:12AM +0200, Rob Verduijn wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Thanks that did it.
> >> Is there a less painfull way to be notified of these changes ?
> >> My nfs configuration gets broken much more than I like because of
> >> like these.
> >> I know fedora is supposed to be testing grounds unstable software, but I
> >> would really like to hear a heads up more often.
> >The change was mentioned in the upstream release notes of SSSD-1.14.1
> >https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/wiki/Releases/Notes-1.14.1 but of course I
> >cannot be expected to read all upstream release note before running 'dnf
> >The change was necessary because before the plugin was in the
> >sssd-common package and this caused that some nfs dependencies were
> >pulled in even on systems where nfs is not needed at all. Since neither
> >SSSD nor nfs-idmap strictly require the plugin the new package is not
> >automatically installed during update.
> Sorry for troubles. We can add weak dependency info sssd-common on
> sssd-nfs-idmap and it might be installed by default.
> IIRC dnf does not inform about suggested packages; but recommends minght
> work. Feel free ot file a BZ.
> The reason why it is in separate package is "container world".
> You need to have install packge sssd-nfs-idmap on host
> but sssd can be running in container.
I probably should've noticed that the version number went from 1.13.x to
1.14.x which usually is something noteworthy.
I'll just add the release notes from sssd to my list of must reads when
there is an update.
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