[Samba] Designate one samba server for home directories
luvlinux2009 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 10:21:30 MDT 2009
I tried it but didn't work. I also tried for the home path,
\\remote_smb_server\%U <file://remote_smb_server/%25U> (replaced
remote_smb_server with the actual remote smb servername) but in the log, it
says "Error was No such file or directory" and it puts forward slash in
front of it,
/\\remote_smb_server\%U in the log...
On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 8:17 PM, Gary Dale <garydale at rogers.com> wrote:
> Luv Linux wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have a few samba servers running winbind that are joined to the AD 2003
>> Is it possible to designate one samba server to host the users' home
>> directories instead of each one of them?
>> If we have samba1, samba2, and samba3 and designate samba1 to host the
>> directories and when a user accesses samba 2 either via ssh or as a share,
>> the home directory that the user sees would actually be present on samba1.
>> If this is possible, what changes do I need to make to smb.conf file?
> Have you tried specifying the server name in the directory name? From the
> SWAT documentation on homes:
> Example: //|logon home|/ = |\\remote_smb_server\%U
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