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Currently, AD site discovery as it is implemented in SSSD follows this document:
The problem with this process is, that it assumes all domain controllers are accessible from the client. If they are not (for example different geographical region behind a VPN), we are in a danger of timeout.
What I am proposing is, that LDAP ping is sent in parallel (i.e. not sequentially) to all domain controllers found at once. This would cover scenario where only couple of DCs are accessible to the client and would be also more in line of the AD locator process as described here:
The Net Logon service sends a datagram to the discovered domain controllers ("pings#34; the computers) that register the name. For NetBIOS domain names, the datagram is implemented as a mailslot message. For DNS domain names, the datagram is implemented as an LDAP UDP search.
Each available domain controller responds to the datagram to indicate that it is currently operational and then returns the information to DsGetDcName.
cc: => firstname.lastname@example.org
Should be done together with the failover refactoring in 1.14.
milestone: NEEDS_TRIAGE => SSSD 1.14 beta
Note that quick fix is to enforce REJECT rule on the firewall instead of DROP. This way timeout is never reached & everything works well
Thanks for testing.
rhbz: => todo
Actually this now bug seems to be far more serious:
1. We start up the AD site discovery process sequentially connecting to ALL DCs that are registered in SRV. This has to be done this way as you do not know yet to which site you belong to.
If the random DC you pick up responds, you're lucky and you can finish the discovery process and discover the site you belong to.
If we are unlucky, the DC is unresponsive and we'll end up with AD provider offline.
Moreover it seems to me that SSSD is doing the site discovery too often. It should be done once SSSD starts up or if we spot the IP address change - there is no reason to do it otherwise. Nowadays I see it in logs on a regular basis:[[BR]]
(Thu Aug 13 13:11:13 2015) [sssd[be[default]]] [collapse_srv_lookup] (0x0100): Need to refresh SRV lookup for domain Prague._sites.dublin.ad.s3group.com[[BR]]
(Thu Aug 13 13:11:13 2015) [sssd[be[default]]] [ad_srv_plugin_send] (0x0400): About to find domain controllers[[BR]]
(Thu Aug 13 13:11:13 2015) [sssd[be[default]]] [ad_get_dc_servers_send] (0x0400): Looking up domain controllers in domain dublin.ad.s3group.com[[BR]]
-> what the heck? We know our SITE is Prague already. We do not need to enumerate the whole domain now.
I suspect this is no longer an issue since we fixed https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/ticket/2765
If you disagree, please reopen.
resolution: => fixed
status: new => closed
I think having #2765 fixed is a good improvement, but it is not enough, unfortunately as in most cases the ad_site parameter is not specified, we still need to discover the site first - and that's the problem.
If we keep connecting DCs sequentially, there will always be a problem that we eventually timeout and sssd go offline.
Ideally we need to:
1. Send request to all DCs in parallel, connect to the one which respond first
2. Discover our site
3. Continue as per #2765
resolution: fixed =>
status: closed => reopened
cc: email@example.com => firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
This ticket tracks the incremental improvement over #2765, but is not in the scope of 1.14 beta.
milestone: SSSD 1.14 beta => SSSD 1.15 beta
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Hi. Has this ticket fallen through the cracks? The behaviour appears unchanged in 1.16.4-21...
I also raised a support case around the same time (01756341) and another recently (02581536), because the ad_site workaround is about to get more awkward for us to live with (our new deployment system is for multiple sites, regions, networks and AD domains).
Any chance this one could be discussed again please?..
Hi, from upstream point of view, we do plan to work on this ticket but not in nearest future due to capacity reasons.
Since you are a RHEL customer, please use the customer portal and communicate with support engineers to increase priority.
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Recently I have been trying to push this through our RHEL support channels, but have only managed to get them to raise https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1819012 on my behalf. Is there anything more I can ask them to do?
Thank you. This is enough for the moment. It will go though downstream planning processing and we'll let you know in the bugzilla.
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