[Samba] Re: slow logon with many ldap groups
qfissler at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 12:32:10 GMT 2009
Are you now timing out on dns during boot?
Check your /etc/nsswitch.conf and /etc/resolv.conf
As this is an old Centos, maybe the startup scripts are not ordered well -
is the network interface up correctly when named and ldap start?
2009/1/22 Robin Harteveld <robinharteveld at gmail.com>
> >> Dear all,
> >> I'm having some problems with my samba-ldap configuration. The server
> >> is
> > a
> >> domain controler. Most of the time there is no problem. But when some
> >> use
> > rs
> >> try to logon, the workstation gets very slow.
> >> After some testing i found the cause. When a user is a member of many
> >> lda
> > p
> >> groups (more then 64), i get the following error:
> >> "smbd: nss_ldap: could not get LDAP result - Decoding error"
> > 99% that's a nss_ldap bug. Can you try to upgrade that and
> > the openldap libs?
> Thanks Volker,
> After the update of nss_ldap the logon problem is solved. All works fine.
> Only when i reboot my server it takes very long (about 5 min) to start the
> named service and another 5 mins to start ldap.
> Any idea?
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