[Samba] Downgrade TDB files?
jakov.sosic at srce.hr
Mon Jan 4 04:23:31 MST 2010
I've tried Samba 3.4.3 and it upgraded my passdb.tdb file. After testing
I concluded that I'm not going to upgrade to 3.4.3 yet, because 'getent
passwd' was broken in recent BlastWave Solaris packages:
Now, after I downgraded the Samba back to 3.0.32, client connections
started to malfunction. I saw these in my logs:
[2010/01/04 10:54:08, 0] ../samba-3.0.32/source/passdb/pdb_tdb.c:(1049)
tdbsam_getsampwnam: failed to
[2010/01/04 11:06:13, 0] ../samba-3.0.32/source/passdb/pdb_tdb.c:(848)
tdbsam_open: unknown version => 4
This causes winbind to coredump...
Now, I've backed up passdb.tdb and restart samba, because this samba
instance is just a domain member, and everything seems to work. But I
wonder, is there a way to downgrade these files? Or is the
backup/restore only solution?
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