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Re: (ITS#8048) back-sock/slapo-sock issue

Howard Chu wrote:
> michael@stroeder.com wrote:
>> michael@stroeder.com wrote:
>>> Null-bytes really needed?
>> Hmm, with null-bytes the wrong result code is returned to the LDAP cli=
>> Without null-bytes the correct result code is returned to the client b=
ut slapd
>> complains about unknown string:
>> 'RESULT\nmsgid: 1\ncode: 49\nmatched: uid=3Dwuqww,cn=3Dampua,ou=3Dampu=
>> NOK\n\n'
>> results in log message:
>> 559174df str2result (msgid: 1
>> code: 0
>> ) unknown
>> 559174df str2result (
>> ) unknown
> I would almost suspect you were running on Windows. None of the behavio=
> you're reporting occurs for me using the searchexample.pl script.

Your script does not return any real 'RESULT..' responses.
I also have less issues when just returning 'CONTINUE\n'.

> Sounds like your problem is a python runtime configuration, not a slapd=

> bug.

Not on Windows and no run-time configuration involved.

Look at the raw string representations I've posted. That string goes dire=
to SocketServer.BaseRequestHandler.request.sendall(response_str).

Can I raise the debug level? Log level trace does not really show the ori=
byte sequence received by the external listener.

Ciao, Michael.