[Samba] Samba 3.0.4 BDC LDAP Slave Problem
Jason C. Waters
jwaters at h2os.com
Wed Jun 16 13:18:56 GMT 2004
Its not an acl problem, because I can ldapsearch to both the master and
the slave(local ldap server) from the BDC. The logs I'm looking at is
/var/log/debug and the log.smbd. Thanks for your help!
> Jason C. Waters wrote:
>> This is my setup, is something still wrong.
>> Samba PDC machine with LDAP
>> IP: ldap.master
>> nss mapped to local ldap server(ldap.master)
>> samba ldapsam:"ldaps://ldap.server"
>> Samba BDC machine with LDAP, has openldap running locally for a
>> backup ldap server
>> IP: ldap.slave
>> nss mapped to local ldap server(ldap.slave)
>> samba ldapsam:"ldaps://ldap.master ldaps://ldap.slave"
>> This setup doesn't work for me. But if I only use the local LDAP
>> servers on each machine it does, but that does seem like its a backup
>> server. Am I just thinking about this in the wrong way? Thanks for
>> your help.
> Maybe ACL prevent samba to bind? try using "ldapsearch -h
> ip_of_slave/master" from samba server. Also check the LOG file, they
> must give you some clue.
> good luck.
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