On 6/4/19 1:53 PM, Thorsten Kukuk wrote:
And having a local LDAP daemon for system accounts
running on every
system and a second one for the normal users somewhere else in the
network: will this really simplify the setup and make it more robust?
Somebody had the idea if it wouldn't be possible to write a sssd plugin
to merge this files, no idea if this is feasible.
While I agree that running a local LDAP is server is too heavy for some
scenarios I'd also consider sssd to be too fat for those.
There were also ideas to throw away /etc/passwd,
/etc/group, ... and
invent something completly new.
Maybe something based on nss-pam-ldap's front-end modules compiled with
different name and a light-weight embedded DB like lmdb?
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