Again, ignorance is bliss.
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Bryan J Smith - Technology Mercenary
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On Sep 21, 2016 07:09, "Mark Clarke" <m...@jumpingbean.co.za> wrote:
> On 21/09/2016 12:58, Bryan Smith wrote:
> > They used to say the same thing about NSS/389/Dogtag. Now every
> > distribution is hacking in support for SSSD and IPA. Why is that? ;)
> > E.g.., how many people used to not only OpenLDAP was the only open
> > source directory server, but say inherent, multi-master replication
> > wasn't available or didn't work well?
> > I. e., cannot help if people are unfamiliar, and distributions don't
> > get enough maintainers to port it. The first time someone sees AD
> > Forest Trusts at work, they are instantly drawn to it. Heck, just the
> > SSSD portion draws them.
> I wouldn't say NSS/389/Dogtag has been widely adopted outside RedHat yet
> - it very well might be an emerging technology but its not something
> every sys admin needs to know. If its included at an "awareness level"
> then ok - but until it gets wide spread adoption, and mind share, I
> can't agree that it should be covered in any more details. To be frank I
> think there the coverage in 303 is overboard. BTRFS and ZFS should have
> a much bigger weighting in the certs - but that is not relevant here :)
> Mark Clarke
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