On (19/05/14 20:29), Dmitri Pal wrote:
On 05/19/2014 07:20 PM, Daniel Jung wrote:
>we run various centos releases from 5.4 to 6.5. some of the early os
>releases packages from rhel is pretty old, older than LTM by looks of it.
>what would be general rule of thumb for the sssd version? run two separate
>latest custom version per 5 and 6? my main focus with sssd would be to
>ensure ldap connectivty via SRV + off auth while ldap is not available.
>Not sure when SRV support was introduced and how stable it is. your
>feedback is much appreciates.
Latest SSSD in RHEL5 is 1.5 and will do for your use case.
Using latest available SSSD that comes with corresponding RHEL6 version is
Stephen Gallagher prepared yum repository with sssd-1.9
If you have a problem with default version from centos 5.x
it might be choice. It is unofficial repository and is based on upstream