[Samba] Machine password change failed: stub received bad data
jhaltom at feedbackplusinc.com
Tue Dec 9 15:25:50 GMT 2003
It just started happening this morning to just about every member of the
domain. Trying to figure out how to set log level to 10 for just a few
systems so we don't bring it to a crawl. Will this eventually result in
failed authentication? I don't think it should, unless Samba disables
the machine accounts somehow. Just wanna make sure the system isn't
going to "just stop working" in the middle of the day.
On Mon, 2003-12-08 at 14:57, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 02:45:00PM -0600, Jerry Haltom wrote:
> > No, I cannot reproduce the problem. I do not know when or how Windows
> > decides to change machine passwords. I also cannot leave a debug level
> > that high on all the time.
> Ok, thanks. Hmmm. It's going to be very hard to determine what
> exactly the problem is without a test case. I'll think about
> exactly how I might generate one (maybe changing the Windows
> client clock might cause this to reproduce). What exactly is
> the client OS type and Samba server version ?
Jerry Haltom <jhaltom at feedbackplusinc.com>
Feedback Plus, Inc.
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