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Old 09-08-2007, 05:08 PM   #1
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Default nxMyDB v0.1.0 - Alpha 1

The first alpha release will not synchronize the local user and group cache (the refresh feature of ioShareDb). This will take a bit of work to implement properly.

Please use the latest version of MySQL Server v5.0!

Notes
  • Only use for testing purposes, not stable enough yet.
  • It was built in debug mode, so performance is a little slower.
  • I have only tested this on v5.8.5, not with v6.x - feedback welcome.

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  • CHG: Initial release.

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http://www.inicom.net/pages/en.ioftp...pts.php?id=227

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Old 09-08-2007, 05:09 PM   #2
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See http://www.inicom.net/forum/showthread.php?t=12726 for the release schedule and missing features.
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:25 AM   #3
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I wanted to test around a bit, using ioftpd 6.2.1... it doesnt seem to be doing anything at all atm, still keeps adding the users on the local computer users/groups way... doesnt load the module? Is the configuration maybe supposed to be added somewhere specific in ioftpd.ini, I added the modules settings and right after that the [nxMyDB] settings.

Tested ioFTPD-beta5-8-5r aswell... and sure enough its doing what its supposed to be doing here... it loads the module from what I could see in error.log? The message below popped up when I tried to connect to the fresh install of this ioftpd version... and I had no root dir setup... once I fixed that connection worked fine with the standard ioftpd account.
Added a user and tried connecting, that worked aswell...

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09-09-2007 11:15:39 nxMyDB: v0.1.0 loaded, using MySQL Client Library v5.0.45.
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Old 09-09-2007, 08:02 AM   #4
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Tested With: 5.8.5

dunno if thats true or not, but following the install instructions in 6.2.1.0 doesn't do anything at all when adding users.
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Old 09-09-2007, 12:43 PM   #5
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thats what I said aswell... 6.2.1 doesnt work.

ioftpd 5 8 5 works, I just mentioned that it was funny the msg I copied from error.log was infact in error.log and not in ioftpd.log, cause its not an error if you think about it...
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Old 09-09-2007, 01:37 PM   #6
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Interesting, thank you o_dog and hukker for your reports on v6.2.1. I will have to look into that.

Has Yil posted the source for 6.2 anywhere that anyone knows of?
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Old 09-09-2007, 02:04 PM   #7
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don't think so, i've looked for it but found nothing
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:08 PM   #8
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Hmm... The USERFILE structure hasn't changed at all between 5.x and 6.x. So that shouldn't be an issue.

Do you just implement the 8 or so required user module functions and use the provided register/update functions? Or do you lookup other named functions via the GetProc module function? If so which registered functions do you access? I know a few of them definitely have changed and the memory allocation stuff isn't even in the very latest builds.
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:54 PM   #9
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Yes to all of the above. The functions I use from GetProc are:

Code:
    RESOLVE("Config_Get",      procTable.ConfigGet)
    RESOLVE("Config_GetBool",  procTable.ConfigGetBool)
    RESOLVE("Config_GetInt",   procTable.ConfigGetInt)
    RESOLVE("Config_GetPath",  procTable.ConfigGetPath)

    RESOLVE("GetGroups",       procTable.GetGroups)
    RESOLVE("Gid2Group",       procTable.Gid2Group)
    RESOLVE("Group2Gid",       procTable.Group2Gid)
    RESOLVE("Ascii2GroupFile", procTable.Ascii2GroupFile)
    RESOLVE("GroupFile2Ascii", procTable.GroupFile2Ascii)

    RESOLVE("GetUsers",        procTable.GetUsers)
    RESOLVE("Uid2User",        procTable.Uid2User)
    RESOLVE("User2Uid",        procTable.User2Uid)
    RESOLVE("Ascii2UserFile",  procTable.Ascii2UserFile)
    RESOLVE("UserFile2Ascii",  procTable.UserFile2Ascii)

    RESOLVE("Allocate",        procTable.Allocate)
    RESOLVE("ReAllocate",      procTable.ReAllocate)
    RESOLVE("Free",            procTable.Free)

    RESOLVE("StartIoTimer",    procTable.StartIoTimer)
    RESOLVE("StopIoTimer",     procTable.StopIoTimer)
    RESOLVE("Putlog",          procTable.Putlog)
I'll do some debugging to see where it gives up.

Where is the source published for 6.2?
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Old 09-09-2007, 05:01 PM   #10
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Looks like you've removed those three memory functions:

Code:
| 2968 |     ProcTableInit | Unable to resolve procedure "Allocate".
| 2968 |     ProcTableInit | Unable to resolve procedure "ReAllocate".
| 2968 |     ProcTableInit | Unable to resolve procedure "Free".
I need access to ioFTPD's memory allocation system in order to use the Ascii2UserFile, UserFile2Ascii, and many functions in which ioFTPD allocates memory the caller has to free and vice versa.

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Old 09-09-2007, 06:24 PM   #11
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Yup, that's almost definitely the problem. That was literally one of the very first changes I ever made to the source so I could use purify to try to find the 4k .ioftpd corruption issue. At the time I thought the name to address mappings were just for debugging purposes. I didn't realize the resolving procedure address was exported to modules who could use it and then make calls... I do remember searching the sources though

I'll get that fixed for 6.3 as well as a source update then. You have two short term solutions. In the very latest releases (6.2.2+?) I really am using malloc/free/realloc so just ignore the getproc result and use the actual addresses... In fact using 6.2.3 which doesn't trap exceptions and generate the c:\ioftpd.crash.log file might be a nice help during development.

The other option is to just use the released 6.1 sources and remove the #ifdef around the registering of the memory routines. I ended up changing the IoMemory.h file very shortly after commenting those out way back when and there is no need now for those functions to not be exported.
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Old 09-09-2007, 06:51 PM   #12
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Crap. It just occurred to me that 6.2.3 might be a real debug build and as such the malloc/free calls are the actual memory routines BUT the code sticks a char * pointer for a descriptive comment on the front. This of course screws everything up...

6.2.1 I think is a release build that uses malloc/free so that might be OK.

Worst case use the 6.1 sources or wait for 6.3...
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Old 09-09-2007, 08:18 PM   #13
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I can wait until 6.3, I still have quite a bit of work left .
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