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RE: (ITS#3490) glue overlay causes segfault
Here you go...
Not much to it really, actually the user I was binding as has a
It's probably also worth pointing out that after a previous discussion
with you I added NO-USER-MODIFICATION to the following attributes in
pwdChangedTime, pwdGraceUseTime, pwdExpirationWarned, pwdHistory
From: Howard Chu [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 16 January 2005 15:43
To: Spicer, Kevin (MBLEA it)
Subject: Re: (ITS#3490) glue overlay causes segfault
I think we also need to see your default password policy object.
Spicer, Kevin (MBLEA it) wrote:
>Okay, no problem.
>I've done a little more investigation and it seems to be related to the
>fact that I am also using the ppolicy module. Certainly when I comment
>out the policy bits in the slapd.conf the segfault goes away.
>I compiled with
>./configure --prefix=/usr/local --enable-bdb --enable-ldbm
>--enable-crypt --with-threads --with-tls --without-kerberos
>--enable-wrappers --enable-modules -enable-ppolicy=mod
>A simplified version of my slapd.conf is attached (I've remove the
>sensitive info, acls and stuff relating to a local schema we added).
>If you need anything else, just ask!
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