help with net vampire error

Kamen Mazdrashki kamenim at
Fri Oct 15 15:05:43 MDT 2010

On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 23:47, Aaron Solochek <aarons-samba at> wrote:
> On 10/15/2010 04:32 PM, Kamen Mazdrashki wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 22:52, Aaron Solochek <aarons-samba at> wrote:
>>> It's a lot of output, so I've attached it.
>> It seems you already have entries for your new BAR machine in db.
>> Could you try "unvampire" (sort of) and then try again with 'net vampire'
>> and big 'log level'
>> You can 'unvampire' quick&dirty with following mini-script:
>> bin/ldbdel -H st/dc/private/sam.ldb
>> "CN=LOCALVAMPIREDC,CN=Servers,CN=Default-First-Site-Name,CN=Sites,CN=Configuration,DC=foo,DC=com"
>> -r
>> bin/ldbdel -H st/dc/private/sam.ldb "CN=LOCALVAMPIREDC,OU=Domain
>> Controllers,DC=foo,DC=com" -r
>> bin/ldbdel -H st/dc/private/sam.ldb
>> "CN=LOCALVAMPIREDC,CN=Computers,DC=foo,DC=com" -r
> There was also a problem on the primary DC where all the ldb stuff was looking
> for modules in /usr/modules/ldb while they were installed via the debs in
> /usr/lib/ldb
Hm, that's interesting.
I don't know who the debs packagers is, but I am including Jelmer in the loop.
(Jelmer, just for your reference if you are the one that made debs.
 If not, then sorry for the noise :) )

> I created symlinks in /usr/modules/ldb and then the ldbdel commands worked, and
> I was able to vampire successfully!
> Thank you!
> -Aaron


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