I just upgraded my 3.0.1 server to 3.1.1, running on a linux host. I am pulling all my users from OpenLDAP along with the groups and am experiencing an issue where when a user logs in/out there presence is not being updated to all the other members of the group, although if i restart my client i will see an accurate roster for that point in time.
Let me give an example…
User A logs in.
User B logs in, can see User A in their roster - but User A does not see User B in their roster.
User A logs out, User B still sees User A as online in their roster.
User A logs in, can now see User B as online in their roster.
I’'m having the exact same problem here. Seems to be a problem with share groups or groupsearch filter. Can you show you wildfire.xml config file ? then we can compare them to see if we can find the problem.
I’‘m hoping Gato can help us but so far he wasn’'t able to see the msgs I think
Definetly there is something wrong when using sharegroups and ldap. I did a few tests here with very interesting results. Ok … here is the scenario:
2 groups (pulled from ldap), groupA (user1A, user2A) and groupB (user1B, user2B). All groups have no more than 5 users each and all groups are share with all users. From Admin console I did share all 2 groups as follow:
Enable contact list group sharing
A user (userNoGroup) - not member of any group.
userNoGroup logs in.
user1A logs in. userNoGroup sees user1A
user2A logs in and sees user1A. user1A doesn’'t see user2A but userNoGroup sees user1A and user2A
user1B logs in and sees user1A, user2A. user1A and user2A don’'t see user1B but userNoGroup sees user1A, user2A and user1B
user2B logs in and sees user1A, user2A, user1B. user1A, user2A and user1B don’'t see user2B but userNoGroup sees user1A, user2A, user1B and user2B
in another words, userNoGroup can see just about everything that happens with the other’'s presence with no problem. And, of course userNoGroup has no group in my ldap.
Quite interesting, sounds like what i have also (although i haven’'t tested with no groups yet). Below is my wildfire.xml config, i will bring this thread up in the developer meeting - perhaps we found a real bug
I’‘m having the same problem with custom database integration as was noted in this thread over here. I’‘d really appreciate a fix to this problem but it is good to know the problem didn’'t exist in 3.0.1.
If someone of you can provide me a VMWare image with your setup so I can debug it then that will help me a lot. If no vmware image can be provided then I will have to try replicating your setup which might take me more time…
Like a VM image of the server that is hosting wildfire and my LDAP server??
The LDAP server is OS X (10.4.6), so no VM there, and the wildfire box doubles as the company email server (or does the email server double as the wildfire server? ) - so i can’'t really send that out.
The wildfire server in my case is a Ubuntu 6.06 box w/ the official Sun java builds if you want to replicate it-
ii java-common 0.24ubuntu2 Base of all Java packages
ii sun-java5-bin 1.5.0-06-1 Sun Java™ Runtime Environment (JRE) 5.0
ii sun-java5-demo 1.5.0-06-1 Sun Java™ Development Kit (JDK) 5.0 demos
ii sun-java5-fonts 1.5.0-06-1 Lucida TrueType fonts (from the Sun JRE)
ii sun-java5-jdk 1.5.0-06-1 Sun Java™ Development Kit (JDK) 5.0
ii sun-java5-jre 1.5.0-06-1 Sun Java™ Runtime Environment (JRE) 5.0
A vm will be quite difficult around here but you can contact me at any time (by phone, email or even smoke sign LOL). I’'ll give you all info you need to help us with this issue. We can even put a setup together if you want to.
Let me know.
btw, I sent you an email will my setup and explaining all the thing but no response so far let me know if you need more info about it .