[Samba] I have no winbind pipe!

Travis Bullock tbullock at avmax.ca
Fri Jun 16 21:11:05 GMT 2006

You could run a chkconfig --del winbindd an then reboot. That way it won't start and you won't have to "kill".


----- Original Message -----
From: Ryan Steele <steele at agora-net.com>
To: sneezewort <sneezewort at msn.com>, samba at lists.samba.org
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2006 1:40:19 PM GMT-0700
Subject: Re: [Samba] I have no winbind pipe!

sneezewort wrote:
> You can ping with "wbinfo -p" command. 
> I can't stop winbind, in fact I cant even "kill" it by pid. I even tried to
> reboot, but winbindd is still unkillable, and no wbinfo or "net join"
> commands work. I tried to do a full uninstall and reinstall, but the problem
> remains.
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I have had Samba processes that do not respond to kill either.  However, 
you can pass the kill command options that will sometimes help.  kill -9 
is the most severe, and in most cases will kill just about anything.  
(If it doesn't, you've got more serious issues with your kernel).  
However, make sure that there aren't more graceful ways first.  Do a man 
kill to see what options there are.  But, if all else fails, there is 
the -9.  I know I've had to use it more than I'd like...

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