[Samba] passdb backend = pizza
smb23 at realcomputerguy.com
Tue Sep 20 05:02:26 GMT 2005
Just want to discuss the limits of testparm. I know it has found
problems for me in the past but never realized previously how gullible
it really was.
There are, apparently, many things it never uncovers as an error. Such
as "passdb backend = pizza", not a valid argument but it passes
testparm. So does "name resolution order = pizza".
Pizza, is, afterall, a special case (and delicious) but how about "name
resolve order = hosts wins bcast"? Notice that the correct argument is
"host" and not "hosts". A running of testparm fails to identify this
typo just as easily as it accepts "pizza".
Is it just the systems I've. examined? Am I looking for too much? Or
does testparm need to pay more attention?
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