Samb3 migration tool and Bind-DLZ?
charles.tryon at gmail.com
Wed Dec 21 09:17:43 MST 2011
Oh, so the samba service actually implements the DNS protocol? (ie., you
don't need to run a separate Bind process?) I don't remember seeing this
in the HOWTO, but I've been distracted by a bunch of other stuff recently
I am also working on migrating my development Samba4 server to either
Fedora 16 or CentOS 6.2, so either of those will support the newer version
of Bind without having to update that package manually.
On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 5:27 PM, Kai Blin <kai at samba.org> wrote:
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> On 2011-12-20 23:10, Amitay Isaacs wrote:
> Hi Amitay,
> > Yes, the current default is to generate the DNS records in AD and
> > not in flat file. This is to make replication of DNS data easier
> > and allow internal DNS server to work in future. I would recommend
> > using BIND version 9.8.1 and above.
> Apart from kerberized updates, all the required code for the internal
> server should be in master. So in theory all you need to get a DNS for
> AD is to set "server services = +dns" in smb.conf. Of course all of
> this needs more testing, but in general it should just work.
> - --
> Kai Blin
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