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#617 fixed lib32nss-nonlocal is broken on amd64 Lucid andersk jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 11 years ago.

Description
infrared-line:~%acroread
(acroread:24072): GLib-WARNING **: getpwuid_r(): failed due to unknown user id 7263)

infrared-line:~%athinfo localhost packages | grep -i nonlocal
lib32nss-nonlocal       1.11-0debathena1~ubuntu10.04
libnss-nonlocal 1.11-0debathena1~ubuntu10.04

Anders says:

   debathena / lucid / andersk  15:14  (Anders Kaseorg)
Hmm, you’re right that lib32nss-nonlocal doesn’t seem to be
functioning.
   debathena / lucid / andersk  15:14  (Anders Kaseorg)
Oh hey, it put the 32-bit library in /emul/ia32-linux/lib.  That’s
never supposed to happen on Ubuntu…                                      
#861 fixed Purging one arch of multiarch libnss-nonlocal deletes the magic users and groups too early andersk andersk

Reported by andersk, 11 years ago.

Description

On a multiarch system, if you install libnss-nonlocal:i386 and libnss-nonlocal:amd64 and then purge libnss-nonlocal:amd64, the postinst prematurely deletes the magic users and groups.

(Marking trivial because multiarch is  highly experimental for now; nobody will be using it unless they’re asking for trouble. Also, the consequences are easily reversible.)

#986 fixed nss_nonlocal race condition andersk andersk

Reported by andersk, 10 years ago.

Description

There’s a race here because fct_start could be written before startp. Should throw up some memory barriers or something.

    static service_user *startp = NULL;
    static void *fct_start = NULL;
    …
    if (fct_start == NULL &&
        w.lookup(&startp, w.fct_name, &fct_start) != 0) {
        *w.status = NSS_STATUS_UNAVAIL;
        goto walk_nss_out;
    }
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