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Re: slapd crashing with Mac OS X clients
Well, good old intuition go me there in the end....
It turns out it's a sasl issue somewhere. Re-compiling without cyrus sasl
has done the trick.
> --On Tuesday, September 13, 2005 4:28 PM +0100 David Barker
> <D.R.Barker@exeter.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Hello :-)
>> We have been happily authenticating various clients against our openldap
>> install, including various Linux, Solaris & IRIX machines. Recently, a
>> department has been experimenting with authenticating Mac OS X clients
>> against our openldap servers, which has been causing slapd to fall over.
>> We were running 2.2.14, and have tried upgrading to 2.2.26 & 2.2.28, all
>> of which still crash.
>> The mac seems to be able to list users, but it is the final step of
>> actually authenticating that is causing slapd to fail. After some
>> googling, it looks like we're experiencing the same problem as
>> Has anyone else come across this, or know how to fix it? :-)
> I suggest you do what I asked in my follow up to that question:
> i.e., get the data on *why* slapd is crashing, and file an ITS with that
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
> Principal Software Developer
> ITSS/Shared Services
> Stanford University
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