[Samba] Samba Mailing List Rules
eric.robinson at psmnv.com
Tue Mar 16 17:29:21 MDT 2010
I just read the Samba list rules and did not see anything against
offering payment for expertise, so I'm letting the list know that I need
Samba help and am willing to pay normal consulting rates. If you are
interested, please respond by direct email.
We have a number of CentOS 5.2 and 5.3 servers that work quite well and
are AD-integrated using relative IDs to maintain UID/GID consistency
across multiple Linux servers. We recently added some RHEL 5.3 servers
and they are giving us nothing but trouble. I can join them to the
domain just fine and I can do wbinfo -u or wbinfo -g and get a complete
list of domain users and groups. But when I try to chown a file and give
it AD domain permissions, I get "invalid group" no matter what I try. I
can open some shares on RHEL servers but not others, and I know for a
fact that the share and filesystem permissions are correct. Also, when I
do ls -l, the files do not show the AD domain group memberships like
they do on my CentOS servers.
Using samba 3.0.33.
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