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  1. Core Server
  2. SERVER-5082

Queries with slaveOk() do not reauthenticate when credentials change and an admin user exists.

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      I don't have a reproducible test case, but this issue was seen in production with two different user/database combination two distinct times. We can not run with slave_ok in production because of it. Each time the issue persisted until slave_ok was removed as an option to query.

      We are using the luamongo (https://github.com/moai/luamongo) driver which is a thin wrapper around the c++ driver. We never saw the issue when on mongodb 1.8, we first ran into the issue after updating to 2.0.2. Originally we thought it was because we were still using a lua driver compiled against the 1.8.X C++ driver but the issue continued after upgrading to the 2.0.2 version of the driver.

      When a query is sent to a secondary this is the return:

      [

      {"code":10057,"$err":"unauthorized db:<db name> lock type:-1 client:50.18.245.77"}

      ]

      Any lua query, even basic one's like the following will generate the error:

      local cursor = mongodb:query('mydb.datastore', '

      {key:"value"}

      ', nil, nil, nil, 4)

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        1. authQueryTest.lua
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        2. authTest.cpp
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        3. authTest.lua
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        4. primary.log
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        5. query.lua
          1 kB
        6. query.lua
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        7. query.lua
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        8. query.lua
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        9. querySlaveOkTest.cpp
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        10. querySlaveOkTest.cpp
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        11. secondary.log
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              Assignee:
              benjamin.becker Ben Becker
              Reporter:
              larubbio Rob LaRubbio
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