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    • Howard Chu's avatar
      ITS#9121 cleanup · c458744e
      Howard Chu authored
      Delete unused code, add comments
      c458744e
    • Howard Chu's avatar
      ITS#9121 dynlist enhancements · 90b0abd8
      Howard Chu authored
      1) allow filtering on dynamic attribute values
      2) populate an optionally configured memberOf attribute
      
      test044 script still needs to be extended to test these
      enhancements. We need to define an interim attributeType
      for testing memberOf functionality.
      90b0abd8
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    • Ryan Tandy's avatar
      ITS#9069 Do not call gnutls_global_set_mutex() · 63c82c0e
      Ryan Tandy authored
      Since GnuTLS moved to implicit initialization on library load, calling
      this function deinitializes GnuTLS and then re-initializes it.
      
      When GnuTLS uses /dev/urandom as an entropy source (getrandom() not
      available, or older versions of GnuTLS), and the application closed all
      file descriptors at startup, this could result in GnuTLS opening
      /dev/urandom over one of the application's file descriptors when
      re-initialized.
      
      Additionally, the custom mutex functions are never reset, so if libldap
      is unloaded (for example via dlclose()) after calling this, its code may
      be unmapped and the application could crash when GnuTLS calls the mutex
      functions.
      
      On typical systems, GnuTLS system mutexes are probably the same as what
      libldap uses anyway.
      63c82c0e
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