[Samba] "Wbinfo -u" get user account sucessfully but "getent
steve.zeng at ascalade.com
Fri Oct 14 20:49:19 GMT 2005
NSCD is not running. I will increase the log level and see what I can
get. Thank a lot.
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> On Behalf Of Felipe Augusto van de Wiel
> Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 12:29 PM
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> Subject: Re: [Samba] "Wbinfo -u" get user account
> sucessfullybut "getentpasswd" fails
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> Steve Zeng escreveu:
> > Hmmm, I run it and the output make me confused:
> > # pdbedit -L -v -u jho
> > Username not found!
> > # pdbedit -L -v -u szeng
> > Username not found!
> pdbedit queries the samba user database. wbinfo queries
> the winbindd. When you use getent the user is not there, so,
> for some reason, it is not "crossing"
> the line between winbindd and your environment.
> > Then I tried "su - szeng", it successfully switched into the user
> > "szeng".
> > Both "jho" and "szeng" are coming from Active Directory, so
> do we need
> > some other options when we run "pdbedit"?
> No, you don't need to use pdbedit, what you should do
> is increase the log level of winbindd and try to figure out
> what's going on when you query the jho user.
> I believe that you are not able to use "su - jho", a
> few things come to my mind like 'nscd' and related cache
> problems, also some communication delay. In any case, consult
> the user accounts searching for differences sounds a
> reasonable way to understand what is going on.
> You could also check for patterns, like creation date,
> user behaviour, creation mechanism and things like that,
> which should lead you to the root of the problem.
> Sorry if I don't have better answer for that.
> Kind regards,
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