Samba 4 still crawling on the floor
Juan Pablo Lorier
jplorier at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 18:26:50 MDT 2012
El 10/07/12 20:57, Amitay Isaacs escribió:
> On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 4:32 AM, Juan Pablo Lorier
> <jplorier at montecarlotv.com.uy> wrote:
>> Hi Geza,
>> Actually I do have it declared. I have commented them out and bind started
>> in the server that was not starting. But how does the other with the exact
>> same versions and configs does start?
>> And if I don't declare the zones, how does bind knows which are it's zones?
>> it's all in the tldb?
> DLZ module loads the zones from the AD database. If you want to know
> what all zones are available in your AD database, you can use the
> following query.
> ldbsearch -H /path/to/sam.ldb -b
> This command will list all the zones defined in your AD database.
> Those zones will be loaded by BIND via DLZ plugin. To check the
> messages from named you can start bind as follows:
> /usr/sbin/named -u bind -f -g
> It will display all the messages on the console and you should see
> lines with samba_dlz that mention the zones loaded.
Great, there's so many differences between the samba 4 setup and the old
way to setup this things that I just don't stop learning new stuff :-)
I'll give this a try tomorrow, and thanks to Geza I've got both servers
to load bind and I'll try tomorrow to use your help to get info on bind
to figure if it's working properly.
I'm now in the process of setting up a new windows DC to demote one of
the two DCs which is the one that samba is complaining of not responding
when it tries to do the replica.
Again, thank you all for your help, I'm moving forward to get this
BTW: sorry for messing the sending address of my last mail.
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