Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 437022
Warnquota not compiled with LDAP support
Last modified: 2010-03-18 11:31:20 EDT
Description of problem:
Warnquota does not appear to have been compiled with LDAP support. The bug
referenced states that this issue was closed in FC-4 however, the issue is still
occurring for me on RHEL4. I may have missed a doc or forum post somewhere along
the lines about how to enable this, if so please let me know.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Enable LDAP entries in wanrquota.conf, attempt to run warnquota off of this conf
file and it will promptly not work.
sudo /usr/sbin/warnquota -c /usr/local/etc/warnquota-home.conf
warnquota: Error in config file (line 57), ignoring
warnquota: Error in config file (line 58), ignoring
warnquota: Error in config file (line 61), ignoring
warnquota: Error in config file (line 62), ignoring
warnquota: Error in config file (line 63), ignoring
warnquota: Error in config file (line 64), ignoring
warnquota: Warning: Mailer exitted abnormally.
Expected it to work ;).
The pertinent conf lines:
56 LDAP_MAIL = true
57 LDAP_HOST = directory.colorado.edu
58 LDAP_PORT = 389
59 LDAP_TLS = true
60 # LDAP_BINDDN = uid=ReadOnlyUser,o=YourOrg
61 # LDAP_BINDPW = YourReadOnlyUserPassword
62 LDAP_BASEDN = dc=Colorado,dc=EDU
63 LDAP_SEARCH_ATTRIBUTE = uid
64 LDAP_MAIL_ATTRIBUTE = mail
65 LDAP_DEFAULT_MAIL_DOMAIN = colorado.edu
Thanks for report, but it is quiet strange that the FC-4 bug got closed. I don't
see %configure --enable_ldapmail=yes or --enable_ldapmail=try (I would prefer
try, it should not be a must) even in rawhide branch.
Has there been any progress on a resolution to this problem?
quota-3.15-6.fc9 in rawhide branch is built with option --enable-ldapmail=try.
For RHEL-4 there is strict update policy, therefore if you want to have this
issue solved sooner, please contact directly product support. This could raise
priority of quota update in next maintainance release. Please inform them that
there is already existing bugzilla about the issue.
As 4.9 is last regular RHEL-4 update which should address only security, performance or critical issues and should not bring any new features, closing that bugzilla WONTFIX.