[CentOS] C 7 and gssproxy

Mon Jan 28 10:01:18 UTC 2019
Pete Biggs <pete at biggs.org.uk>

On Mon, 2019-01-28 at 00:04 -0500, Eddie G. O'Connor Jr. wrote:
> On 1/25/19 10:27 AM, mark wrote:
> > Ok, folks,
> > 
> >     I brought this up some time ago, and got no replies. We have a good
> > number of systems - > 100 - and we use sssd. On the C 7 boxen, which is
> > most of them, gssproxy *frequently* (like once a day or so) dies with a
> > SEGV. It restarts fine. Dies again eventually.
> > 
> >     ARE other people seeing this? If so, I guess we get to file a bug
> > report with upstream. Speaking as an old C programmer, dying with a
> > SEGV? Really? In production?
> > 
> >         mark
> I myself have never heard or seen of this. I wonder if it's something to 
> do with the ssd's themselves?...maybe you got a bad batch? or maybe 
> there's a configuration setting that's not tweaked just right? Because 
> if this happens continually? then its a recurring issues which means its 
> something that the OS can't correct on it's own. Maybe pull those drives 
> one at a time (assuming you have spare drives to "cover" as stand-in 
> replacements until you suss it out? Just my two cents on the matter.

not SSD as in disk, SSSD as in "System Security Services Daemon".