Samba4 how to extend the schema
Matthias Dieter Wallnöfer
mdw at samba.org
Thu Mar 29 04:06:47 MDT 2012
Please consider this commit before trying to update the schema:
> commit c1fd56fdd408c814158e9d4eaed58da08db8efc7
> Author: Stefan Metzmacher <metze at samba.org>
> Date: Fri Nov 11 16:55:37 2011 +0100
> s4:dsdb/schema_data: reject schema update unless they're allowed
> "dsdb:schema update allowed = yes" is now needed in smb.conf
> to enable schema updates, as schema updates are a currenty a good
> way to prevent samba from startup again, because of errors in
> the schema definition.
Afterwards you are also allowed to use the MS MMC tool for schema
changes (which is called something like "schmmgmt.msc").
> El 28/03/12 19:28, Bob Miller escribió:
>>> Is there a way to add my ldif e.g. using ldbmodify on an existing
>> I played with this a bit last summer. The short answer is yes, you can
>> add your ldif to the active directory. ldbmodify/ldbadd/ldbsearch etc,
>> all work pretty much as ldapmodify/ldapadd/ldapsearch etc. There is
>> also a script called ol2schema or some such that will convert an
>> openldap schema file to one more appropriate for ldb.
> The ldif is the Solaris extension to AD which enables automounter maps
> to be placed in AD, so I wouldn't even need to convert it.
> Which database do I ldbmodify?
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