[Samba] Missing secondary groups
Timur I. Bakeyev
timur at com.bat.ru
Tue Nov 30 09:35:03 MST 2010
Just a wild guess - could it be the result of moving lockdir in
Samba3.5 port from /var/db/samba34 back to /var/db/samba ? Can you
check, that, by renaming appropriate directory?
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 12:54 PM, Peter Trifonov
<petert at dcn.ftk.spbstu.ru> wrote:
>> idmapping does not work perfectly for me. idmap_ad backend means it
>> should use active directory info to determine the unix uid and gid. It
>> bypass the issues with local tdb files.
> In my case Samba is able to allocate UID and GID itself.
> However, it seems not to be able to communicate it to the OS properly.
> I have the following:
> 1. "getent passwd " and "getent group" show only local users and groups.
> 2. getent recognizes domain users and groups, if their names or IDs are
> given explicitly. For example:
> heap# getent group "domain users"
> domain users:x:10009
> heap# getent group 10012
> heap# getent passwd petert
> petert:*:10000:10009:Peter V.
> It can be seen that UID and GID were allocated properly. However, all
> non-primary groups are lost:
> heap# wbinfo -r petert
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