On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 11:59:27AM -0500, Jason B. Nance wrote:
> I'm using AD trusts with FreeIPA 4.4.0 and am having a heck of a time with
> strange behavior. Some examples include:
> - Trust user's home directory sporadically getting set to '/' instead of
> - Trust user losing HBAC privileges (granted via group membership)
> - Trust user losing sudo privileges (granted via group membership)
> - OS logging that trust user's account has expired when it hasn't
> I'm currently unable to predict/reproduce occurrences of these issues. I can
> say that they aren't tied to a specific user or host. For example, a user
> will login to a host without any issues and then later that same user's home
> directory (as reported by getent) will suddenly be set to / instead of
> My first step, of course, is to gather logs. Should I be focusing on the
> SSSD on the client or on the IPA servers? I'm not entirely clear how/where
> lots of this data get assigned/queried.
> My other question is if there is a way to pin down a client to [temporarily]
> use a specific IPA server and specific AD server (even if it means a firewall
> rule that only allows the host to communicate with one IPA and one AD host).
Normally time-correlated logs from both the server's domain and nss sections
of sssd.conf and the client's domain section are a good start.
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