Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 244772
slaptest & slapd segmentation fault when restricting pagedResults
Last modified: 2007-11-16 20:14:56 EST
Description of problem:
I'm trying to upgrade my RHEL3 ldap directory to RHEL4 to use with Outlook 2003.
Outlook returns with "unavailable critical extension".
Following links discuss the problem.
When I try to stop advertisement of pagedResults using
access to dn.exact="" attrs=supportedControl val=1.2.840.1135188.8.131.529
by * none
I get Segmentation Fault.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
# slapd -V
@(#) $OpenLDAP: slapd 2.2.13 (Mar 22 2007 17:53:35) $
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Add access line above to slapd.conf
2.run slaptest or service ldap start
Same as when I remove access statement.
I've attempted to contacted openldap.org for help but they suggested I get
support from RedHat instead.
See attached file for slapd.conf
Created attachment 157346 [details]
Test LDAP server config
This is config causes slaptest to fail unless I remove the access line.
Created attachment 157357 [details]
patch resolving the issue
I found a patch upstream, which fixed the issue on my test box - it does not
crash anymore. However, I do not have MS Outlook here, so I am not able to
test, if the ACL rule applies. Could you please test it? You can find .srpm at
Thanks in advance.
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(In reply to comment #2)
> Created an attachment (id=157357) 
> patch resolving the issue
> I found a patch upstream, which fixed the issue on my test box - it does not
> crash anymore. However, I do not have MS Outlook here, so I am not able to
> test, if the ACL rule applies. Could you please test it? You can find .srpm at
> Thanks in advance.
The patch did the trick. It does not crash anymore and Outlook queries the
server just fine.
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