[Samba] Upgrade path from 3.0.0 -> 3.0.10
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Mon Jan 31 13:55:40 GMT 2005
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Brent Smith wrote:
| I have just taken over a redhat system with Samba 3.0.0 configured
| with security = user, and domain logins enabled. I've included the
| smb.conf at the end of this message.
| I would like to upgrade to 3.0.10 for a numbers of reasons, one
| being security and one being that password changes don't work
| from workstation machines because of the Windows KB828741
| patch. What I want to know, is if I should expect any
| incompatibilities between versions or if my existing config
| files will work with the new version? This is a mission
| critical system, so I really don't want to upgrade unless
| there are going to be very minimal issues.
| Will a simple rpm -Uvh ./samba-3.0.10-1_rh9.i386.rpm put me
| in the clear?
Should be fairly painless. However, make sure you read the
WHATSNEW for 3.0.10 and earlier release to review any semantics
changes (particularly the ones in 3.0.2a re: the password LCT).
Also make sure you backup the necessary files in $(lockdir)/*tdb
prior to the upgrade just in case you need to rollback.
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