Resolves: upstream#3529 - sssd-kcm Fix restart during/after upgrade
sudo dnf upgrade --refresh --advisory=FEDORA-2017-568a739cae
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works for me
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Today after upgrade (and reboot) I saw sssd-kcm, sssd-secrets and goa-identity-service taking 20-40% CPU each constantly. After 30 minutes, I had 30GB of logs in /var/log/sssd. It happened even after another reboot. It stopped happening when I disabled kcm in /etc/krb5.conf.d/kcm_default_ccache, and appeared again when I enabled it. However, when I worked on debugging it more, it stopped happening completely and I can no longer reproduce it. Something is very broken in there, though, and I'm not sure if it's part of this update or somewhere else.
sssd-1.16.0-2.fc27 just fixed systemd dependencies for sssd-kcm, sssd-secrets
ok, then this update is fine. the bug is in there somewhere, though :)
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Should this be marked as fixing #1421604 ?
sssd-kcm was enabled by default in sssd-1.15.3-3.fc27 which was pushed to stable 2 months ago. But feel free to modify update.
kinit mtasaka@FEDORAPROJECT.ORG (on non-wired connection, perhaps) does not work after updating sssd to this.
Downgrading to 1.15.3-5.fc27 makes kinit woring again.
Filed as #1511275
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