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Re: ACL filter causes segmentation fault bug (ITS#2027)

I believe this problem is fixed in HEAD and
OPENLDAP_REL_2_1 (available via CVS).

At 10:26 AM 2002-08-16, curt@uwm.edu wrote:
>Full_Name: Curtis J Blank
>Version: 2.0.23 & 2.0.25
>OS: Linux 2.4.18
>URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
>Submission from: (NULL) (
>The substring filter search in this ACL causes a segmentation fault when there
>is a match, or when the daemon is started with a "-d -1". It occurs in 2.0.23
>and 2.0.25.
>This is the ACL:
>defaultaccess none
>access to
>                filter=(employeeType=*S*)
>        by
>                * read
>Here is the tail of the output from a "slapd -d -1":
>line 28 (pidfile                /var/run/slapd.pid)
>line 29 (argsfile       /var/run/slapd.args)
>line 54 (include                /etc/openldap/schema/slapd.aci.conf)
>reading config file /etc/openldap/schema/slapd.aci.conf
>line 1 (defaultaccess none)
>line 6 (access to       filter=(employeeType=*S*) by    * read)
>str2filter "(employeeType=*S*)"
>str2filter: simple
>str2simple "employeeType=*S*"
>str2subvals "*S*"
>Global ACL: access to filter=(employeeType=Segmentation fault
>mailtb:/data01/openldap/schema #
>This is an addendum to #2023 since I couldn't figure out how to add to it.
>-Curt Blank