SASLAuthD keeps dying.
Henrique de Moraes Holschuh
hmh at debian.org
Sat Dec 28 21:40:31 EST 2002
On Sun, 29 Dec 2002, Oliver Jones wrote:
> I think it is the TLS support of pam_ldap that is causing the core
> dump. I ran saslauthd in a debugger and it seg faulted in
> libcrypto.so.2 which is part of openssl.
> The interesting thing is that all my other pam related apps arn't
> dumping core or crashing and they are all using TLS to talk to the LDAP
> server via pam_ldap. So it must be some interaction between pam, LDAP
> and saslauthd that is causing the issue.
Are you sure saslauthd is not, somehow, pulling both SASL1 and SASL2 at the
same time (including dynamic modules getting loaded by libc that might pull
in sasl by themselves)? This could happen because of NSS modules, the LDAP
library itself (which links to either SASL1 or SASL2 to get TLS support)...
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