[Samba] Rejoining domain after cluster failover
pubsyssamba at bbc.co.uk
Wed Feb 11 14:36:50 GMT 2004
I haven't implemented this myself but I would assume you need to have the "private" directory either on a cluster shared disk or manually syncronised on each cluster node. And also hard code the netbios name and ip address that samba uses on all cluster nodes like,
netbios name = mysambaserver
interfaces = 192.168.10.10/24 #virtual ip address
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My guess you have to upgrade to Samba 3 ?
I don't think you need, if you don't want to, use the LDAP backend for
I have developed the Sun support agent for Samba on Sun Cluster (The
agent should work the same way).
There is no problem with Samba 3 as ADS member when the you have failover
or a manully switch.
On Tue, 2004-02-10 at 22:54, gotschk at comcast.net wrote:
> Hello. We're having issues running Samba 2.2.8-a1, on Solaris 8 (SPARC) under Veritas VCS 3.5 clustering (HA active-passive).
> Every time we have a cluster failover (we're testing), we have to re-join the domain [ADS not NT] (e.g., 'smbpasswd -j XYZ -r XYZPDC -UAdminRightsUser%password'). Otherwise, we cannot connect to the shares, and 'wbinfo -t' returns 'Secret is bad'. Re-joining the domain fixes the problem.
> It's easily enough scripted, however I don't like the idea of having a domain user's password with administrative rights in a text file.
> Are there other ways (HOWTO pointers welcome), or do I have to upgrade to Samba 3.0.x and use the LDAP backend for SIDs?
> Thanks in advance.
> Ken Gotsch
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