DavidAtkinson at solectron.com
DavidAtkinson at solectron.com
Mon Sep 24 16:47:05 GMT 2001
Under Linux (well, any SysV Unix, I think) you can start and stop using
Under AIX I believe that by default it sets itself up in inetd, so there is
no need to restart, just do a ps -ef to find out where it's process ID and
then kill -HUP those processes. I am also including a page by our local AIX
admin (BTW: We also use AIX 4.x, our most recent version is 4.3.2, but hey,
we have 1 Tiger-2)
NB: Although the attached documentation may mention IBM Wangaratta, Bluegum
Wangaratta or Solectron Wangaratta, do not consider the procedures mentioned
here in to in any way refelct the procedures or to be in any way endorsed by
the aforementioned companies. It outlines what we do, but it is not an
SAMBA on CCS
Get an account for the host on the PDC
Using the server admin tool, just add a new host as an 'NT Workstation or
Install the samba fileset with smit install
The install from an AIX install file was rather trivial.
Aparently the install adds the swat entry to /etc/services and adds entries
to /etc/inetd.conf to run the daemons under inetd.
Comment out the lines for smbd & nmbd as follows:
# The following three lines are for the Samba SMB Server (freeware)
# netbios-ssn stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/bin/smbd smbd
# netbios-ns dgram udp wait root /usr/local/bin/nmbd nmbd
swat stream tcp nowait.400 root /usr/local/bin/swat swat
Add the following to the end of /etc/rc.tcpip
# Start samba
/usr/local/bin/nmbd -D &
/usr/local/bin/smbd -D &
Edit /usr/local/lib/smb.conf and set the following:
security = domain
password server = bgntpdc
wins server = 10.206.177.51
Ensure that none of the above lines are commented out. Also, with the
security = statement, there is an uncommented statement immediately after
the commented one. Make sure you dont end up with 2 conflicting statements.
Run the following command ONCE ONLY & BEFORE STARTING SAMBA
smbpasswd -j BGNT
Save the files /var/samba/private/BGNT.CCS.mac & MACHINE.SID
Reboot or run the above commands manually to start Samba.
If smbpasswd is run a second time these files will be corrupted. Either
restore the original files or
Delete system account on PDC
Recreate system account on PDC
rerun smbpasswd -j BGNT
Make sure you save BGNT.CCS.mac & MACHINE.SID this time !!
The config file is /usr/local/lib/smb.conf
The map name is /var/samba/users.map
This is a mapping of BGNT domain userids to CCS userids
The format is:
jaa = jatkinson
If passwords are different for the NT domain and the referenced unix account
you will need to initialise the password on the unix box. Enter:
Where uuser is the unix user referenced to the NT user in the users.map file
When prompted enter the NT password.
John Atkinson 18-APR-00
From: Stoddard, Bob [mailto:BStoddard at MorrisonProducts.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 25 September 2001 5:12 AM
To: 'DavidAtkinson at solectron.com'
I cannot stop and restart the smbd services, is there a script or command
line to start and stop the SAMBA processes?
Robert F. Stoddard
Information Systems Manager
Morrison Products, Inc.
bstoddard at morrisonproducts.com
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