[Samba] winbind user mapping problem
sergey.lantukh at docpath.com
Fri Dec 30 05:14:22 MST 2011
The database is here (in Linux/Debian):
try to just delete (move/rename) it and then restart winbind.
But do not forget about BACKUP!
I had this problem and this solution helped me
In AD there are not only users but also as a special accounts like
krbtgt and groups and more...
On 30/12/2011 13:00, Bruno Martins wrote:
> Hello mate,
> Thanks for your answer. How can I do that?
> I've noticed this:
> root at sputnik:/var/lib/samba# wbinfo -u | wc -l
> root at sputnik:/var/lib/samba# tdbbackup -v winbindd_idmap.tdb
> winbindd_idmap.tdb : 521 records
> Is this normal? 140 users on AD (seems correct), but 521 mappings?
> Best regards,
> Bruno Martins
> On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Lantukh Sergey
> <sergey.lantukh at docpath.com> wrote:
>> I think that you need to clean the Winbind database that contains bridge
>> between UID/GID - SID
>> And then restart winbind, and he again will fill the database
>> On 30/12/2011 10:44, Bruno Martins wrote:
>>> Hello list,
>>> I am using Samba + winbind and I have some users that cannot access
>>> shares on this server, getting the following error in
>>> [2011/12/30 09:33:08.072315, 1]
>>> Username GALILEU-F\teste is invalid on this system
>>> Also, in 'winbind-idmap' log file I am getting this:
>>> [2011/12/30 09:32:56.902810, 1]
>>> Fatal Error: UID range full!! (max: 120000)
>>> So what happens in reality? Trying to 'getent' that user results in
>>> nothing, so no mapping, right?
>>> root at sputnik:/var/cache/samba# getent passwd bmartins
>>> root at sputnik:/var/cache/samba# getent passwd teste
>>> root at sputnik:/var/cache/samba#
>>> However, 'wbinfo' works for that user:
>>> root at sputnik:/var/cache/samba# wbinfo -u | grep teste
>>> My 'smb.conf' returns this, regarding to idmap parameters:
>>> root at sputnik:/var/cache/samba# cat /etc/samba/smb.conf | grep idmap
>>> # idmap uid = 10000-200000
>>> idmap uid = 100000-120000
>>> # idmap gid = 300000-400000
>>> idmap gid = 100000-120000
>>> I have tried lower and higher values, did a reload on winbind service,
>>> but nothing seems to help.
>>> Could you please help me on this?
>>> Best regards,
>>> Bruno Martins
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