Failure in invalidating cache Free sexmeet

05-Nov-2019 06:06

if ($fields['checksum'] === Cache Tags Checksum Interface:: CHECKSUM_WHILE_IN_TRANSACTION) There is a problem with that.Even though no-one in core does that, in theory a cache could be invalidated just by setting the new value.

(I turned it into a functioning patch, @effulgentsia turned our discussion into a clear issue summary!

The entries within this cache may come from different remote identity providers, such as an LDAP directory, Free IPA, or Active Directory for example.

SSSD caches the results of users and credentials from these remote locations so that if the identity provider goes offline, the user credentials are still available and users can still login.

For further information, see the sss_cache manual page.

SSSD stores its cache files in the /var/lib/sss/db/ directory.

(I turned it into a functioning patch, @effulgentsia turned our discussion into a clear issue summary!

The entries within this cache may come from different remote identity providers, such as an LDAP directory, Free IPA, or Active Directory for example.

SSSD caches the results of users and credentials from these remote locations so that if the identity provider goes offline, the user credentials are still available and users can still login.

For further information, see the sss_cache manual page.

SSSD stores its cache files in the /var/lib/sss/db/ directory.

Eventually, I landed on something that works, requires little code, but does require a per-DB driver override. So, one of the 3 test cases described in #8 now has an explicit test, but only for My SQL for now. * * @see \Drupal\Core\Database\Connection::do Commit() * * @internal * @todo Do we want to support multiple? I'm wondering whether this would cause the invalidation of the outer cache tags, in the inner transaction commit?