[Samba] How are people managing startup/shutdown of winbindd?
bgmilne at cae.co.za
Wed Jun 5 03:44:04 GMT 2002
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| Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 16:37:58 -0500 (CDT)
| From: Gerald Carter <jerry at samba.org>
| To: Manuel Gomez <ERG at e-r-solutions.com>
| Cc: "'samba at lists.samba.org'" <samba at lists.samba.org>
| Subject: Re: [Samba] How are people managing startup/shutdown of winbindd?
| On Mon, 3 Jun 2002, Manuel Gomez wrote:
|> I realize many people will never use winbindd, and thus it will
|> get included in /etc/init.d/samba (on my Debian system; your file may
|> by default, so another solution seems in order.
|> It's not as important to be able to start and stop winbindd now that it's
|> getting more robust, but I'd still like something.
|> How are y'all out there in Samba land handling this?
| See packaging/RedHat/smb.init in the latest SAMBA_2_2 cvs tree.
This assumes that people must use samba if they want to use winbind?
There are applications of winbind (for example, I am putting in a
linux/winbind mail server to replace Mercury mail running on the win2k
dc, but have no need for sharing files) where smbd is not needed.
For an alternative implementation, see packaging/Mandrake/winbind.init
(in 2.2.2, 2.2.3a or 2.2.4, seems it's disappeared from cvs).
This starts up and shuts down nmbd with winbindd if smbd is not running.
(Jerry, it seems this file is in the Attic in current samba_2_2 cvs, any
good reason? I haven't gotten around to testing packaging of samba cvs
for Mandrake yet ...):
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