[Samba] Re: Migrating Samba -- Parallel Installation
ruf at rawip.org
Tue May 3 10:52:42 GMT 2005
thanks for the answer!
> John H Terpstra <jht at PrimaStasys.Com> [2005-05-03 11:37]:
> On Tuesday 03 May 2005 03:26, Lukas Ruf wrote:
> > for migrating Samba, I would like to install the latest Samba
> > Server on a new server machine in parallel to the operational one.
> > My questions:
> > - Is there the risk of corrupting data if two machines work on the
> > same (NFS-shared) data?
> So long as the NFS server and clients support locking (NFS lockd)
> the risk is low.
Assuming people are accessing data either by the old or by the new
samba server but data is not accessed simultaneously from both
intentionally by the user, can't the risk be reduced to zero?
> > - If so, what is the recommended way of upgrading/migrating samba?
> See chapter 8 of the book Samba-3 by Example. You can obtain this
> book from:
I will! Thanks!
> No problems, but please be patient - this is a user supported list
> and all responses are voluntary.
I know! Thanks.
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