#3635 Don't let back end code use the sdap_id_op operations directly
Closed: cloned-to-github 2 years ago by pbrezina. Opened 4 years ago by jhrozek.

This is a follow up to issue #1507. Currently the sdap_id_op code has several issues (such as touching the online/offline status directly). I don't think each LDAP search issues from the back ends should need to deal with the sdap_id_op requests and retries, but there should be a wrapper around those which evaluates the error codes.

We also need to get rid of the ignore_mark_offline flag, instead the id_op should return an error and let the wrapper deal with it, usually by setting the domain offline or inactive.


The idea is to put all the _retry logic into one request. Given the connection is cached, I believe it can be put into ldap_search where you either connect or reuse the connection if available and try to reconnect if it fails.

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4 years ago

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4 years ago

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3 years ago

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3 years ago

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2 years ago

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2 years ago

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