anybody running dhcpd & LDAP ?
jpopelka at redhat.com
Tue Jul 21 12:00:57 UTC 2015
On 21.7.2015 13:29, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
> On Tue, 21 Jul 2015, Jiri Popelka wrote:
>> dhcpd upstream is going to merge some LDAP related patches that various
>> distributions use and I've been asked if I can help with testing.
>> Original message:
>> "We are now finishing the work on adding some of the LDAP patches into
>> our code base. We have tried our patch to verify that it builds but we
>> don't have a set up to verify that the LDAP portion works correctly. (As
>> this continues to be classified as contributed code we don't have the
>> time to properly verify it.)"
> Is this discussed anywhere publicly? I was unable to find any discussion
> on dhcp-users@ or dhcp-workers@ mailing lists. Where can I find patches?
My srpm in the COPR is the only place so far. The patch was sent to me
before they push it into the public repo and release 4.3.3-beta.
> We have a design and half-baked implementation fleshed out for
> FreeIPA/dhcpd integration (FreeIPA is LDAP store at one side).
> Looking at your srpm from the COPR, I can see that you included the
> patches William Brown developed as part of the work above, which is
Yes and I first asked William, but he hasn't replied yet, so I'm trying
wider audience here.
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