pdbedit segmentation fault in 3.0-alpha21? (was Repost: migrate single samba 3.0-alpha21 pdc with ldapsam to samba pdc 3.0.2a with tdbsam?)

Eddie Lania eddie at lania.nl
Tue Apr 20 20:27:14 GMT 2004

Gerald and others,

Sorry for posting again to this list.
But trying the suggested solution with pdbedit causes me a segmentation

[root at c733linux eddie]# /usr/local/samba/bin/pdbedit -e
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
[root at c733linux eddie]#

What am I doing wrong?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org>
To: "Eddie Lania" <eddie at lania.nl>
Cc: <samba-technical at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 5:10 PM
Subject: Re: Repost: migrate single samba 3.0-alpha21 pdc with ldapsam to
samba pdc 3.0.2a with tdbsam?

> Eddie Lania wrote:
> >> I would like to upgrade my current samba pdc
>  >> 3.0-alpha21 with ldapsam to a samba pdc 3.0.2a with
>  >> tdbsam. This all has te be done using the same,
>  >> single machine.
> >>
> >> Can this be done?
> migrate the passdb backenc can be done using
> "pdbedit -i ... -e ...." See the manpage for details.
> >> I am allready testing a bit but when I copy the
>  >> secrets.tdb from the old samba to the new samba version
>  >> and start it up, the w.s. I am on is telling me that
>  >> the domain controller cannot be found and using
>  >> svrmgr.exe tells me that the previous primairy domain
>  >> controller has become a backup domain controller.
> >>
> >> Result is that I am no longer able to log on to
>  >> the domain anymore.
> Should be fine.  Just done rename the new machine.
> You should look at some level 10 debug logs to find
> out what is failing.
> cheers, jerry
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