[Samba] Re: Preliminary 3.0.23c patch for testing and review

Hansjörg Maurer Hansjoerg.Maurer at dlr.de
Thu Aug 24 07:27:21 GMT 2006


the Patch compiles and installs fine here.
[root at donau tmp]# smbstatus
Processing section "[ftp]"

Samba version 3.0.23c-gwc-1
PID     Username      Group         Machine

But we still have the behavior described in the thread "New approach to
the valid user fix"

we are running winbind in security=ads
and all AD Domain Users exist on the Unix-System as Unix-User (nis) with
identical Usernames.

and our config contains
     idmap uid = 10000-10000
       idmap gid = 10000-10000
       winbind use default domain = Yes
       winbind trusted domains only = Yes

In version 3.0.21 if a Windows User creates a file on the samba server,
it was owned (Windows Security Settings /ACL Editor)
of the User DOM\username.
Starting from 3.0.23 it is owned form
Unix User\username

If I add an ACL to this file from windows (eg. DOM\user2)
first it is shown after a reopen of the ACL Editor as DOM\user2

But this might be a client cache issue, because when I restart samba,
the User is shown as
Unix User\user2

Was this patch intended to solve this Unix User\username DOM\username
mapping problem
or do I miss a config setting?



Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:

> Folks,
> I've upload the preliminary patch against 3.0.23b that will
> become 3.0.23c so people can do full testing against what
> we hope to be the release code.  Note that the reported version
> in the patch is 3.0.23c-gwc-1 to prevent confusion from the
> final 3.0.23c release.
> You can download the gzipped patch file from
> http://samba.org/~jerry/patches/patch-3.0.23b-3.0.23c-gwc-1.diffs.gz.
> The uncompressed patch file has been signed using the
> normal samba software release key (ID 157BC95E).
> Please report *any* bugs that you find.  Don't assume
> someone else will do it for you.  of course, we can't fix
> all the bugs in this release, but if something is
> broken that was working in a previous release, we need to
> know.  Thanks.

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