[Samba] Printers don't stick
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Sep 14 16:42:08 GMT 2005
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John Goerzen wrote:
| Having a weird problem here.
| We've got Sambe 3.0.14a and cups 1.1.23 on a Debian system. I've run:
| cupsaddsmb -U RALPH\\jgoerzen -a -v
| Where RALPH is our PDC (and it also the machine I'm running this command
| on). The entire command *appears* to work, but:
| * None of the tdb files in /var/lib/samba, including ntforms.tdb,
| ntprinters.tdb, etc. have their date stamp updated. (They all still
| show last month, which is when we upgraded to Samba 3).
| * Whenever we have had to shut down (cleanly) the server and reboot,
| on reboot, Samba has completely forgotten about all of our printers.
| I usually have to send SIGHUP to Samba and then rerun cupsaddsmb,
| which normally takes care of things until the next reboot.
| Any idea what might be going on here?
Yeah. Potentially there's a missing mmap() related
call in the tdb code. I'll try to follow up on it tomorrow.
I'm tied up in other things right now.
We might do a 3.0.20a release next week to rollup the
current patch set from http://www.samba.org/samba/patches/
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