[Samba] smbpasswd or tdbsam? Which one?
novosirj at umdnj.edu
Fri Jan 23 22:13:16 GMT 2009
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I think you want tdbsam. There's virtually no downside.
Aaron Souza wrote:
> All, I have a site with around 200 concurrent users, with a user count of
> over a thousand... I'm currently using just one PDC using the smbpasswd
> backend. I currently do not want to go into an LDAP backend... but would
> tdbsam be a better alternative?
> One of the issues I have is, pretty randomly, I have some machines that
> cannot find the domain controller (dell wireless card utility tells you it
> cant via login). I'm guessing its because when I grep on 'corrupt' from
> /var/log/messages, I have many errors because of poor account managment.
> (exists in smbpaswd but not unix /etc/passwd. )
> Thanks for the support.
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