I feel that sssd_be spiraling out of control (spawning hundreds to
thousands of processes) and consuming all of the available RAM would be
considered a "High-impact" bug, when that same behavior is not observed
in 14.04.

16.04 has a xenial-backport component, is it not possible to put a newer
version there instead of placing it in xenial-updates or xenial-
security? What dictates what is put where? If upstream never releases
1.13.5 (though they seem to have tagged this 1.13 release:
https://github.com/SSSD/sssd/releases/tag/sssd-1_13_91), will 16.04
never get an sssd upgrade?

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