Experience with migration from samba3 to samba4 and ovirt tests
abartlet at samba.org
Wed Nov 21 02:29:45 MST 2012
On Tue, 2012-11-20 at 19:59 +0100, Alejandro wrote:
> For now I set this options:
> A option in samba-tool domain classicupgrade: --add-upn=(yes|no) default yes
> A subcclass in samba-tool user upn set|delete|show
> A option in samba-tool user create (--upn=UPN)
We should probably also have --no-upn and make adding username at REALM the
default. If the ADUC tools do that much by default, we should probably
do the same - it is not correct for external programs to rely on this,
but we can't change them overnight, and if this makes new users 'more
like' what AD adds, then I guess we should do that.
> I need more information about torture tests of samba-tool commands, any
See scripting/python/samba/tests/samba_tool/user.py for what to extend.
> 2012/11/16 Lukasz Zalewski <lukas at eecs.qmul.ac.uk>
> > On 15/11/12 16:24, Alejandro wrote:
> >> I prefer to use a "samba-tool user upn add|delete|list" command in place
> >> of "samba-tool spn" because samba-tool user has options -H and -filter ,
> >> the spn only use ldb, no remote access.
> > Sorry was only referring to the layout of subcommands within spn not the
> > physical location. I think conceptually they do belong to user subsection.
> >> Also given that samba-tool user create automatically generates upn
> >> for new users maybe the migration script should do the same?
> >> See "samba-tool domain classicupgrade (--add-upn)" --add-upn is a
> >> optional switch to add the UPN to each migrate user.
> > What i was aiming at was to make add upn functionality compulsory rather
> > than optional (through --add-upn flag) in a same way as user create does.
> Do you like something as "--add-upn" option (yes|no) with "yes" as default
> > Regards
> > L
Andrew Bartlett http://samba.org/~abartlet/
Authentication Developer, Samba Team http://samba.org
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