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Element Description
Document ID 38702082018
Version 1
Advisory category Patch
Impact Low Risk
OS version Centos 6 or RedHat 6
MCS version
Release date 02 Aug 2018
Last updated 02 Aug 2018
Integrated MCS Version NA
Keywords mithiauthservice authserver authentication userauth
Apply on DR Secondary server Yes


In Mithi Auth service:
1) If user's authserver property is not configured, then user auth flow uses ldaputils.conf.sh configuration file and it also uses ldapconnection pool. 
This is default setup and no configuration file need to update.
2) If user's authserver property is configured, then user auth flow uses directoryservers.ini configuration file and was not using ldap connection pool. This patch enable auth flow to use ldap connection pool. For each authserver below configuration need to added.
[AuthServerName] name=<AuthServerName> ip=<ip> admindn=<ldap admin dn> adminpassword=<ldap admin password> searchbasedn=<search base dn> idserver=t authserver=t personalinfoserver=t port=389 auth_filter=<authfilter> minconnectionsinpool=1 maxconnectionsinpool=20 connectiontimeout=15000
Note: * Pls note, all the attribute in above(authserver) configuration is case sensitive. * And, none of the attribute field should be empty.

Patch Name

  • 3.28 : mithi-patch-authserver_ldapconnection_pool-p1-
  • Services need to be restarted after installation and uninstallation patch :
/etc/init.d/tomcat2 restart
/etc/init.d/tomcat restart
/etc/init.d/memcached restart

Patch Installation

3.28: Install patch using CMR

3.28: For DRBD: Install patch using CMR

Patch Uninstallation

3.28: Uninstall patch using CMR

3.28: For DRBD: Uninstall patch using CMR