Samba 4 successes and failures

Matthieu Patou mat at
Tue Dec 21 15:05:47 MST 2010

On 21/12/2010 23:21, Trever L. Adams wrote:
> On 11/26/2010 09:04 AM, Trever L. Adams wrote:
>> Hello Matthieu,
>> I do not know if I have a copy of one of the two domains. I can use it
>> on a copy of the other regardless. As for the apology, I hope I haven't
>> made you or any other S4 team member feel as if I am complaining. I am
>> amazed at all that you all do and I understand other bits take precedence.
>> I should be able to get to trying this out on Tuesday. The domain should
>> be down long enough for other reasons that I can back things up, try it
>> and then restore without causing problems.
> I get the below with S4 commit 58206fb9b8d1a66af5a1c08379ed5f6e3413c2f0.
> It also still seems to be messing up kerberos authentication (at least
> from service principals).
Can you tell me more about what it is messing ?
Having a full debug log is also easier for debuging !

> I have had to drop back for the time being as
> it also caused other problems. Notice the ACL problem is still there.
> This is on the domain that was working, not the one causing problems,
> but it is the same error as before.
> Creating a reference provision
> Copy privilege
> Update base samdb by searching difference with reference one
> update secrets.ldb
> Update machine account
> Unable to set ACLs on sysvol share, if not usingposix:eadb, you must be
> root to do it
Humm what is the filesystem that you are doing ? that does a getfattr -d 
-m "" gave on the folders in the sysvol folder ?
What samba-tool acl net get gives ?

> Upgrade finished !
> Reopenning samdb to trigger reindexing if needed after modification
> Reindexing finished
> Thank you,
> Trever

Matthieu Patou
Samba Team
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