according to my sniff tests it will fail later on in 4.6.2 as well.
It seems the new nss makes the crypto/passwords no more behave the way as
Of course the autopkgtest for 4.6.2 won't fail (as there is no old
cert8.db, so the call is skipped), but if there would be one (e.g. on an
upgrade) then it would fail (at least according to my tests in some
So as soon as I bad-test 4.4.4 things will go on as the autopkgtest
won't test the upgrade path. but it will still be "broken under the
I didn't expect a fix in 4.4.x but instead wondered if you might be able
to help to understand why it fails at all. And then depending on that
insight we can work on a fix for either nss or freeipa as needed.
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failing autopkgtest due to password issue by nss
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