BUG IN SWAT !!
werner.maes at cc.kuleuven.ac.be
Tue Aug 8 07:17:49 GMT 2000
But why does it sometimes work when you do "commit changes".
For example, when you change invalid users from empty to @class and
do "commit changes", you don't have to restart samba. But when you erase
this value, you need to restart samba.
That's not very logic in my opinion.
> I am not from the Samba team, however, If I am not wrong, when you "commit
> changes" you have commit to change the configuration files (smb.conf). You
> will still need to restart samba to APPLY the changes, this is where
> restarting of smb daemon comes in. :-)
> Don't think this is classified as a bug. (Normally I will do a
> samba -restart)
> Werner Maes wrote in message <398EE12C.68C66EC5 at cc.kuleuven.ac.be>...
> >I think (in fact I'm quite sure) I have found the following bug in Swat.
> >In my configuration I use the global option "invalid users=@class".
> >When I set this option using SWAT, all works fine after "commit
> >Users who belong to the "class" group cannot access the server.
> >But when I erase this value using SWAT and do "commit changes",
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