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Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 17:37:44 +0100
From: "Simon ." <>
Subject: pacemaker strcmp


I might have overlooked something. Starting from Line 39, if pacemaker
is compiled with ACL

Once a user root\0bar is created, and CRM_DAEMON_USER is #undef we can return
TRUE. Haven't looked into further details here and I think no sane
admin will ever allow
such a user. What do you guys think?

/* For ACLs */
char *uid2username(uid_t uid);
void determine_request_user(char *user, xmlNode * request, const char *field);

# include <string.h>
static inline gboolean
is_privileged(const char *user)
    if (user == NULL) {
        return FALSE;
    } else if (strcmp(user, CRM_DAEMON_USER) == 0) { <------------- #undef ?
        return TRUE;
    } else if (strcmp(user, "root") == 0) { <------------------- err
        return TRUE;
    return FALSE;
# endif

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