On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 06:05:20PM +0100, Pavel Březina wrote:
On 12/15/2012 06:39 PM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
>The attached patches implement functionality the admins have been asking
>for in the autofs responder - when the auto.master map is requested,
>refresh the mountpoints.
>The motivation is that it is quite common for the admin to change the
>maps and just SIGHUP the automounter or run automounter -m for testing
>and see the current maps.
>I tried to split the patches into small consumable pieces. Hopefully it
>will ease the review.
>[PATCH 1/7] SYSDB: fix copy-n-paste error
>[PATCH 2/7] SYSDB: Add API to invalidate all map objects
>This sysdb API will be used later to invalidate the autofs maps
>[PATCH 3/7] DP: invalidate all cached maps if a request for auto.master
>If the Data Provider receives a request for the auto.master map, it
>passes on a flag to let the actual provider let know he should
>invalidate the existing maps
>[PATCH 4/7] AUTOFS: allow removing entries from hash table
>There is a timed desctructor in the autofs responder that, when the
>entry timeout passes, removes the autofs map from the hash table while
>the map is freed. This patch adds a hash delete callback so that if the
>map is removed from the hash table with hash_delete, its hash table
>pointer will be invalidated. Later, when the entry is being freed, the
>destructor won't attempt to remove it from the hash table.
>[PATCH 5/7] AUTOFS: remove all maps from hash if request for auto.master
>When a request for auto.master comes in, we need to remove all the maps
>from the lookup hash table. We can't simply delete the maps, because
>another request might be processing them, so instead the maps are
>removed from the hash table, effectively becoming orphaned. The maps
>will get freed when the timed destructor is invoked.
>[PATCH 6/7] RESPONDERS: Create a common file with service names and
>The monitor sends calls different sbus methods to different responders.
>Instead of including headers of the particular responders directly in
>monitor, which breaks layering a little, create a common header file
>that will be included from src/responder/common/
>[PATCH 7/7] AUTOFS: Clear enum cache if a request comes in from the
>In order for sss_cache to work correctly, we must also signal the autofs
>responder to invalidate the hash table requests.
Ack to all.
Pushed to master and sssd-1-9