We could add a read-only "config" file (for example /usr/share/sssd/defaults/common.conf) that will contain the following:
- all sections with explicitly set options to default values ([sssd], [nss], etc.)
- the defaults domain section (see: https://pagure.io/SSSD/sssd/issue/3670) with all options explicitly set
There would be another read-only files (/usr/share/sssd/defaults/ipa|ad|ldap|files.conf), with the:
- default domain options for different providers
Reading a configuration would work like this:
- read the common default configuration
- merge the default configuration with the sssd.conf + conf.d snippets (last value wins)
- merge the resulting configuration with the provider specific configuration (no replacing of values preserve existing values)
We already plan to create a command sssctl config-show that will address these issues. This command could make use of this change (create the configuration object in the above way and then just show it's contents).
Metadata Update from @jhrozek:
- Issue set to the milestone: SSSD 2.0
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