TLS: Differences between testparm output, manpage and how Samba is acting
abartlet at samba.org
Sun Jun 23 16:03:46 MDT 2013
On Sun, 2013-06-23 at 18:41 +0200, Marc Muehlfeld wrote:
> Hello Andrew,
> Am 23.06.2013 13:48, schrieb Andrew Bartlett:
> > So, as Ricky has explained, and I can confirm, the issue comes from the
> > two different parts of the codebase. We try to pretend we only have one
> > smb.conf, but we still have two complete, distinct parsers. The
> > defaults in the two don't match.
> > Patches to make the defaults match (lib/param - samba-tool testparm vs
> > source3/param - testparm) and tests to show that they keep matching
> > would be very much appriciated, because bugs like this are silly and
> > confusing.
> Is the default for the classic NT4 style server then different than for
> the ADC? If this would be true, then would it be an option, to disable
> the usage of testparm, etc. when the role is DC? Something like
> if [ $ROLE == "DC" ] ; then
> echo "Role is DC. Please use samba-tool."
> exit 1
> Maybe it's a naive thought. So don't laugh. :-)
> Or are the defaults for classic and AD the same?
> But to deduce from your answer: Then the manpage is showing wrong
> defaults and testparm shows wrong defaults. Right?
Overall, both of them are wrong. For things that come from what was
known as 'samba4', samba-tool testparm is correct, for things that come
from what was known as 'samba3', testparm is correct. Removing this
distinction is an important task that is yet to be completed, assistance
is very welcome.
Andrew Bartlett http://samba.org/~abartlet/
Authentication Developer, Samba Team http://samba.org
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