On 3 April 2018 at 20:15, Jakub Hrozek <jhrozek(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 29 March 2018 at 20:23, Valentin Fischer
> Permission issue.
> Reinstall sssd-common
> I tried this on two different machines an it didn't work on either. Am
getting identical output.>
> I found this old thread
> I tried running
> sssd -i -d9
> and it works fine, the /var/lib/sss/pipes have returned (I deleted them,
reinstalled sssd-common, they weren't replaced), and I can login
> So it's just running
> systemctl start sssd
> systemctl restart sssd
> fails with the same errors as reported initially. So running manually in
interactive mode works, but starting via systemctl doesn’t
One difference I can think of between running the deamon on the foreground
versus running as a service is SELinux context. Did you check if maybe
there are some AVC denials if you run sssd as a service?
I checked that too. SELinux is disabled and has been since installation.