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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39060] - "user not in DBM group file" causes error and kills the process
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2006 17:35:41 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From nick@webthing.com  2006-03-22 17:35 -------
1.  Indeed, it shouldn't just die, and it's a bug if it does.  It should, at  
worst, return Internal Server Error (500).  
  
2.  You're right, none of the authentication in 2.0 was designed as  
mix-and-match.  That's one of the headline changes in 2.2.  
  
3.  Since 2.2 is available and does support this kind of thing, there seems  
little point in devoting time and effort to fixing it in 2.0.  
  
4.  You could of course patch it yourself, or pay someone to do it.  Or it's  
possible someone else will take a different view.  
  
Leaving bug as NEW to give others time to comment.  If you can provide an  
exact use case (preferably one that doesn't rely on third-party modules such  
as mod_auth_kerb), I or someone might try to reproduce it (but no promises). 

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