Recommended update for LUM
(Last modified: 06FEB2008)
solutions Recommended update for LUM SuSE Linux Maintenance Web (3fa329905669acb0731ff8f783abf7a4)
Product(s): Open Enterprise Server
Issues that are fixed include...
- Seg Fault while adding group in an incorrectly configured system
- Usernames become case-sensitive when cache-only is set
- namldapprobe fails while namcd is loading
- LUM is being passed what appears to be an invalid name.
- NSS admin install failed to create eDirectory objects in Cypress
- LUM fails to install in different container as non-privileged user
- Schema NAM.SCH needs to use ADD instead of MODIFY
- namuser utilities can't see domain users
- Need to change error message for namconfig add
- LUM's case sensitive nature causing DFS failures
- LDAP persistent search handles are used and not freed
- namcd is making the server slow down and hang
- DSfW: LUM passes mapped FDN to NSS when should pass non-mapped FDN
- NRM dies or cores randomly when in use or login
- Cannot connect to cluster via iManager, interaction between LUM and OpenWBEM is breaking down.
- Unable to add users to Samba because namgroupadd is not creating Samba group durring configuration.
- Secondary LUM groups not always in the list when using the id command
- namcd cores in ldap_search_ext
- namcd cores in large cluster environment
- namcd cores on boot, preventing NSS from loading. Buffer overflow of stack buffer when api parameter is larger than expected.
- DSfW: SSH gives error Could not chdir to home directory t/bin/bash: No such file or directory.
- Change from using using user atttribute name "homeDirectory" to using it's oid (22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199)
- Change line return in addmaps.ldif from dos to uxix format
- Server GUI becomes slow down after applying novell-lum-188.8.131.52-1 and accessing from 2000 clients
- ndsstat, SSH can not work one hour later but file server still works even after applying OES SP2
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