tests/ridalloc_exop: Add a new suite of tests for RID allocation
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1 # This file contains a list of regular expressions matching the names of
2 # tests that are expected to fail.
3 #
4 # "make test" will not report failures for tests listed here and will consider
5 # a successful run for any of these tests an error.
6
7 ^samba3.blackbox.failure.failure # this is designed to fail, for testing our test infrastructure
8 .*driver.add_driver_timestamps # we only can store dates, not timestamps
9  ^samba3.smbtorture_s3.crypt_server\(nt4_dc\).SMB2-SESSION-REAUTH # expected to give ACCESS_DENIED SMB2.1 doesn't have encryption
10 ^samba3.smbtorture_s3.crypt_server\(nt4_dc\).SMB2-SESSION-RECONNECT # expected to give CONNECTION_DISCONNECTED, we need to fix the test
11 ^samba3.smb2.session enc.reconnect # expected to give CONNECTION_DISCONNECTED, we need to fix the test
12 ^samba3.raw.session enc # expected to give ACCESS_DENIED as SMB1 encryption isn't used
13 ^samba3.smbtorture_s3.crypt_server # expected to give ACCESS_DENIED as SMB1 encryption isn't used
14 ^samba3.nbt.dgram.*netlogon2\(nt4_dc\)
15 ^samba3.*rap.sam.*.useradd # Not provided by Samba 3
16 ^samba3.*rap.sam.*.userdelete # Not provided by Samba 3
17 ^samba3.libsmbclient.opendir # This requires a workgroup called 'WORKGROUP' and for netbios browse lists to have been registered
18 # see bug 8412
19 ^samba3.smb2.rename.*.simple_nodelete
20 ^samba3.smb2.rename.*.no_share_delete_no_delete_access
21 ^samba3.blackbox.smbclient_machine_auth.plain \(nt4_dc:local\)# the NT4 DC does not currently set up a self-join
22 ^samba3.raw.samba3hide.samba3hide\((nt4_dc|ad_dc)\) # This test fails against an smbd environment with NT ACLs enabled
23 ^samba3.raw.samba3closeerr.samba3closeerr\(nt4_dc\) # This test fails against an smbd environment with NT ACLs enabled
24 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.INHERITFLAGS\(nt4_dc\) # This (and the follow nfs4acl_xattr tests fail because our NFSv4 backend isn't a complete mapping yet.
25 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.sd\(nt4_dc\)
26 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.create_file\(nt4_dc\)
27 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.create_dir\(nt4_dc\)
28 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.nulldacl\(nt4_dc\)
29 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.generic\(nt4_dc\)
30 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-simple.inheritance\(nt4_dc\)
31 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.INHERITFLAGS\(nt4_dc\)
32 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.sd\(nt4_dc\)
33 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.create_file\(nt4_dc\)
34 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.create_dir\(nt4_dc\)
35 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.nulldacl\(nt4_dc\)
36 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.generic\(nt4_dc\)
37 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.inheritance\(nt4_dc\)
38 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.inherit_creator_owner\(nt4_dc\)
39 ^samba3.raw.acls nfs4acl_xattr-special.inherit_creator_group\(nt4_dc\)
40 ^samba3.base.delete.deltest16a
41 ^samba3.base.delete.deltest17a
42 ^samba3.unix.whoami anonymous connection.whoami\(ad_dc\) # We need to resolve if we should be including SID_NT_WORLD and SID_NT_NETWORK in this token
43 ^samba3.unix.whoami anonymous connection.whoami\(ad_member\) # smbd maps anonymous logins to domain guest in the local domain, not SID_NT_ANONYMOUS
44 # these show that we still have some differences between our system
45 # with our internal iconv because it passes except when we bypass our
46 # internal iconv modules
47 ^samba4.local.convert_string_handle.system.iconv.gd_ascii
48 ^samba4.local.convert_string_handle.system.iconv.gd_iso8859_cp850
49 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest17\(
50 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest17b
51 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest17c
52 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest17e
53 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest17f
54 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest20a
55 ^samba4..*base.delete.*.deltest20b
56 ^samba4.raw.session.reauth
57 ^samba4.raw.session.expire1
58 ^samba4.raw.rename.*.osxrename
59 ^samba4.raw.rename.*.directory rename
60 ^samba4.rpc.winreg.*security
61 ^samba4.local.registry.(dir|ldb).check hive security
62 ^samba4.local.registry.local.security
63 ^samba4.rpc.wkssvc
64 ^samba4.rpc.handles.*.lsarpc-shared
65 ^samba4.rpc.epmapper
66 ^samba4.rpc.lsalookup on ncalrpc
67 ^samba4.rpc.lsalookup on ncacn_np
68 ^samba4.rpc.lsalookup with seal,padcheck
69 ^samba4.rpc.lsalookup with validate
70 ^samba4.rpc.lsalookup with bigendian
71 ^samba4.rpc.lsa on ncacn_np with seal # This gives NT_STATUS_LOCAL_USER_SESSION_KEY
72 ^samba4.rpc.lsa with seal # This gives NT_STATUS_LOCAL_USER_SESSION_KEY
73 ^samba4.rpc.lsa.secrets.*seal # This gives NT_STATUS_LOCAL_USER_SESSION_KEY
74 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.LogonUasLogon
75 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.LogonUasLogoff
76 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.DatabaseSync
77 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.DatabaseSync2
78 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.NetrEnumerateTrustedDomains
79 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.NetrEnumerateTrustedDomainsEx
80 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.GetPassword
81 ^samba4.rpc.netlogon.*.DatabaseRedo
82 ^samba4.rpc.drsuapi.*ncacn_ip_tcp.*validate # should only work with seal
83 ^samba4.rpc.drsuapi.*ncacn_ip_tcp.*bigendian # should only work with seal
84 ^samba4.rpc.samr.passwords.validate.*ncacn_ip_tcp.*with.validate # should only work with seal
85 ^samba4.rpc.samr.passwords.validate.*ncacn_ip_tcp.*with.bigendian # should only work with seal
86 ^samba4.base.charset.*.Testing partial surrogate
87 ^samba4.*.base.maximum_allowed          # broken until we implement NTCREATEX_OPTIONS_BACKUP_INTENT
88 .*net.api.delshare.*                            # DelShare isn't implemented yet
89 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.doc
90 ^samba4.smb2.lock.valid-request
91 ^samba4.ldap.python \(ad_dc_ntvfs\).Test add_ldif\(\) with BASE64 security descriptor input using WRONG domain SID\(.*\)$
92 ^samba4.raw.lock.*.async # bug 6960
93 ^samba4.raw.open.ntcreatex_supersede
94 ^samba4.smb2.lock.*.multiple-unlock # bug 6959
95 ^samba4.raw.sfileinfo.*.end-of-file\(.*\)$ # bug 6962
96 ^samba4.raw.oplock.*.batch22 # bug 6963
97 ^samba4.raw.oplock.*.doc1
98 ^samba4.raw.oplock.*.exclusive5
99 ^samba4.raw.oplock.*.exclusive9
100 ^samba4.raw.oplock.*.level_ii_1
101 ^samba4.raw.lock.*.zerobyteread # bug 6974
102 ^samba4.smb2.lock.*.zerobyteread # bug 6974
103 ^samba4.raw.streams.*.delete
104 ^samba4.raw.streams.*.createdisp
105 ^samba4.raw.streams.*.sumtab
106 ^samba4.raw.streams.*.perms
107 ^samba4.raw.acls.INHERITFLAGS
108 ^samba4.raw.acls.*.create_dir
109 ^samba4.raw.acls.*.create_file
110 ^samba4.smb2.create.*.acldir
111 ^samba4.smb2.create.*.impersonation
112 ^samba4.smb2.acls.*.generic
113 ^samba4.smb2.acls.*.inheritflags
114 ^samba4.smb2.acls.*.owner
115 ^samba4.smb2.acls.*.ACCESSBASED
116 ^samba4.ldap.dirsync.python.ad_dc_ntvfs..__main__.ExtendedDirsyncTests.test_dirsync_deleted_items
117 #^samba4.ldap.dirsync.python.ad_dc_ntvfs..__main__.ExtendedDirsyncTests.*
118 ^samba4.libsmbclient.opendir.opendir # This requires netbios browsing
119 ^samba4.rpc.drsuapi.*.drsuapi.DsGetDomainControllerInfo\(.*\)$
120 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.exclusive2\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
121 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.exclusive5\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
122 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.exclusive6\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
123 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.exclusive9\(.*\)$
124 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.brl3\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
125 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.levelii500\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
126 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.brl1\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
127 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch22\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
128 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch19\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
129 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch12\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
130 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch11\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
131 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch1\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
132 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch6\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
133 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch9\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
134 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch9a\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
135 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch10\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
136 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch20\(.*\)$ # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
137 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.batch26\(.*\)$
138 ^samba4.smb2.oplock.stream1 # samba 4 oplocks are a mess
139 ^samba4.smb2.getinfo.complex # streams on directories does not work
140 ^samba4.smb2.getinfo.qfs_buffercheck # S4 does not do the INFO_LENGTH_MISMATCH/BUFFER_OVERFLOW thingy
141 ^samba4.smb2.getinfo.qfile_buffercheck # S4 does not do the INFO_LENGTH_MISMATCH/BUFFER_OVERFLOW thingy
142 ^samba4.smb2.getinfo.qsec_buffercheck # S4 does not do the BUFFER_TOO_SMALL thingy
143 ^samba4.ntvfs.cifs.krb5.base.createx_access.createx_access\(.*\)$
144 ^samba4.rpc.lsa.forest.trust #Not fully provided by Samba4
145 ^samba4.blackbox.upgradeprovision.alpha13.ldapcmp_sd\(none\) # Due to something rewriting the NT ACL on DNS objects
146 ^samba4.blackbox.upgradeprovision.alpha13.ldapcmp_full_sd\(none\) # Due to something rewriting the NT ACL on DNS objects
147 ^samba4.blackbox.upgradeprovision.release-4-0-0.ldapcmp_sd\(none\) # Due to something rewriting the NT ACL on DNS objects
148 ^samba4.raw.read.readx\(ad_dc_ntvfs\) # fails readx 16bit alignment requirement
149 ^samba3.smb2.create.gentest
150 ^samba3.smb2.create.blob
151 ^samba3.smb2.create.open
152 ^samba3.smb2.notify.valid-req
153 ^samba3.smb2.notify.rec
154 ^samba3.smb2.durable-open.delete_on_close2
155 ^samba3.smb2.durable-v2-open.app-instance
156 ^samba3.smb2.durable-open.reopen1a-lease\(ad_dc\)$
157 ^samba3.smb2.durable-v2-open.reopen1a-lease\(ad_dc\)$
158 ^samba4.smb2.ioctl.req_resume_key\(ad_dc_ntvfs\) # not supported by s4 ntvfs server
159 ^samba4.smb2.ioctl.copy_chunk_\w*\(ad_dc_ntvfs\)        # not supported by s4 ntvfs server
160 ^samba3.smb2.dir.one
161 ^samba3.smb2.dir.modify
162 ^samba3.smb2.oplock.batch20
163 ^samba3.smb2.oplock.stream1
164 ^samba3.smb2.streams.rename
165 ^samba3.smb2.streams.rename2
166 ^samba3.smb2.streams.attributes
167 ^samba3.smb2.getinfo.complex
168 ^samba3.smb2.getinfo.fsinfo # quotas don't work yet
169 ^samba3.smb2.setinfo.setinfo
170 ^samba3.smb2.session.*reauth5 # some special anonymous checks?
171 ^samba3.smb2.compound.interim2 # wrong return code (STATUS_CANCELLED)
172 ^samba3.smb2.replay.channel-sequence
173 ^samba3.smb2.replay.replay3
174 ^samba3.smb2.replay.replay4
175 ^samba3.smb2.lock.*replay
176 ^samba4.smb2.ioctl.compress_notsup.*\(ad_dc_ntvfs\)
177 ^samba3.raw.session.*reauth2 # maybe fix this?
178 ^samba3.rpc.lsa.secrets.seal # This gives NT_STATUS_LOCAL_USER_SESSION_KEY
179 ^samba3.rpc.samr.passwords.badpwdcount.samr.badPwdCount\(nt4_dc\) # We fail this test currently
180 ^samba3.rpc.samr.passwords.lockout.*\(nt4_dc\)$ # We fail this test currently
181 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printer.addprinter.driver_info_winreg # knownfail or flapping?
182 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printer.addprinterex.driver_info_winreg # knownfail or flapping?
183 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printer.*.publish_toggle\(.*\)$ # needs spoolss AD member env
184 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printer.*.log_jobinfo\(.*\)$ # not implemented yet
185 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printserver.*.add_processor\(.*\)$
186 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printserver.*.get_core_printer_drivers\(.*\)$
187 ^samba3.rpc.spoolss.printserver.*.get_printer_driver_package_path\(.*\)$
188 ^samba4.rpc.fsrvp       # fsrvp server only provided by smbd
189 #
190 # The following tests fail against ad_dc (aka s3fs) currently.
191 # These need to be examined and either fixed or correctly categorised.
192 # but in the interests of ensuring we do not regress, we run the tests
193 # and list the current failures here.
194 #
195 ^samba3.rpc.eventlog.eventlog.GetLogIntormation\(ad_dc\)
196 ^samba3.rpc.eventlog.eventlog.FlushEventLog\(ad_dc\)
197 ^samba3.rpc.eventlog.eventlog.ReportEventLog\(ad_dc\)
198 ^samba3.rpc.eventlog.eventlog.ReadEventLog\(ad_dc\)
199 ^samba3.rpc.eventlog.eventlog.GetNumRecords\(ad_dc\)
200 ^samba3.rpc.eventlog.eventlog.OpenEventLog\(ad_dc\)
201 ^samba3.rap.basic.netsessiongetinfo\(ad_dc\)
202 #
203 # This makes less sense when not running against an AD DC
204 #
205 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -U against ad_member
206 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -G against ad_member
207 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -U check for sane mapping
208 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -G check for sane mapping
209 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(ad_dc_ntvfs:local\).--allocate-uid
210 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(ad_dc_ntvfs:local\).--allocate-gid
211 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(s4member:local\).--allocate-uid
212 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(s4member:local\).--allocate-gid
213 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(ad_dc:local\).--allocate-uid
214 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(ad_dc:local\).--allocate-gid
215 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(chgdcpass:local\).--allocate-uid
216 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(chgdcpass:local\).--allocate-gid
217 #
218 # These do not work against winbindd in member mode for unknown reasons
219 #
220 ^samba4.winbind.struct.domain_info\(s4member:local\)
221 ^samba4.winbind.struct.getdcname\(s4member:local\)
222 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(s4member:local\).wbinfo -r against s4member\(s4member:local\)
223 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(s4member:local\).wbinfo --user-sids against s4member\(s4member:local\)
224 ^samba.wbinfo_simple.\(s4member:local\).--user-groups
225 ^samba.nss.test using winbind\(s4member:local\)
226 #
227 # These fail since ad_dc_ntvfs assigns the local user's uid to SAMBADOMAIN/Administrator
228 # hence we have a duplicate UID in nsswitch.
229 #
230 ^samba3.local.nss.reentrant enumeration crosschecks\(ad_dc_ntvfs:local\)
231 ^samba3.local.nss.reentrant enumeration\(ad_dc_ntvfs:local\)
232 ^samba3.local.nss.enumeration\(ad_dc_ntvfs:local\)
233 ^samba3.local.nss.reentrant enumeration crosschecks\(ad_dc:local\)
234 ^samba3.local.nss.reentrant enumeration\(ad_dc:local\)
235 ^samba3.local.nss.enumeration\(ad_dc:local\)
236 #
237 # These do not work against winbindd in member mode for unknown reasons
238 #
239 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -U against ad_member\(ad_member:local\)
240 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -U check for sane mapping\(ad_member:local\)
241 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -G against ad_member\(ad_member:local\)
242 ^samba.blackbox.wbinfo\(ad_member:local\).wbinfo -G check for sane mapping\(ad_member:local\)
243 ^samba4.winbind.struct.getdcname\(ad_member:local\)
244 ^samba4.winbind.struct.lookup_name_sid\(ad_member:local\)
245 ^samba4.winbind.struct.getdcname\(nt4_member:local\) # Works in other modes, just not against the classic/NT4 DC
246 #
247 # Differences in our KDC compared to windows
248 #
249 ^samba4.krb5.kdc .*.as-req-pac-request # We should reply to a request for a PAC over UDP with KRB5KRB_ERR_RESPONSE_TOO_BIG unconditionally
250 #
251 # This will fail against the classic DC, because it requires kerberos
252 #
253 ^samba4.winbind.pac.*\(nt4_member:local\) # No KDC on a classic DC
254 #
255 # This fails because our python bindings create python Lists, not a type
256 # we can watch for set methods on.
257 #
258 ^samba.tests.dcerpc.integer.samba.tests.dcerpc.integer.IntegerTests.test_.*_into_uint8_list
259 #
260 # Samba sort takes a primative approach to unicode sort. These tests
261 # match Windows 2012R2 behaviour.
262 #
263 ^samba4.ldap.sort.python.+UnicodeSortTests
264 #
265 ## We assert all "ldap server require strong auth" combinations
266 #
267 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldap with SIMPLE-BIND.*ad_dc_ntvfs # ldap server require strong auth = allow_sasl_over_tls
268 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldap with SIMPLE-BIND.*fl2003dc    # ldap server require strong auth = yes
269 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps with SASL-BIND.*fl2003dc     # ldap server require strong auth = yes
270 # These are supposed to fail as we want to verify the "tls verify peer"
271 # restrictions. Note that fl2008r2dc uses a self-signed certificate
272 # with does not have a crl file.
273 #
274 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps.*SERVER_NAME.*tlsverifypeer=ca_and_name_if_available\(
275 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps.*SERVER_NAME.*tlsverifypeer=ca_and_name\(
276 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps.*SERVER_NAME.*tlsverifypeer=as_strict_as_possible\(
277 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps.*SERVER_IP.*tlsverifypeer=ca_and_name\(
278 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps.*SERVER_IP.*tlsverifypeer=as_strict_as_possible\(
279 ^samba4.ldb.simple.ldaps.*SERVER.REALM.*tlsverifypeer=as_strict_as_possible.*fl2008r2dc
280 #
281 # we don't allow auth_level_connect anymore...
282 #
283 ^samba3.blackbox.rpcclient.*ncacn_np.*with.*connect.*rpcclient # we don't allow auth_level_connect anymore
284 ^samba.tests.dns.__main__.TestComplexQueries.test_cname_two_chain_not_matching_qtype
285 # ad_dc requires signing
286 #
287 ^samba4.smb.signing.*disabled.*signing=off.*\(ad_dc\)
288 # fl2000dc doesn't support AES
289 ^samba4.krb5.kdc.*as-req-aes.*fl2000dc
290 # nt4_member and ad_member don't support ntlmv1
291 ^samba3.blackbox.smbclient_auth.plain.*_member.*option=clientntlmv2auth=no.member.creds.*as.user
292 #nt-vfs server blocks read with execute access
293 ^samba4.smb2.read.access
294 #ntvfs server blocks copychunk with execute access on read handle
295 ^samba4.smb2.ioctl.copy_chunk_bad_access
296 ^samba4.drs.getnc_exop.python.*getnc_exop.DrsReplicaPrefixMapTestCase.test_regular_prefix_map_ex_attid.*
297 # We don't support NDR64 yet, so we generate the wrong FAULT code
298 ^samba.tests.dcerpc.raw_protocol.*.TestDCERPC_BIND.test_no_auth_presentation_ctx_invalid4
299 ^samba.tests.dcerpc.raw_protocol.*.TestDCERPC_BIND.test_spnego_change_auth_type2
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