[Samba] Samba migration to a new server
ciradhb.forward at laposte.net
Wed Jan 12 22:36:04 MST 2011
Thanks for your answer.
I have done a similar test some weeks ago without success. The client I
tested have lost the Domain membership but I am not sure it was shutdown at
the moment I switched from old to new server.
In your case, has your new server a different DNS Name , IP address and
netbios name from the old one ?
Actually, if there are only a few clients that have to be manually rejoinded
to the domain, it could be acceptable. The *ABSOLUTE* condition is that
every users keep their windows profile (so their Domain SID I guess) once
the switch has occurred.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : samba-bounces at lists.samba.org [mailto:samba-
> bounces at lists.samba.org] De la part de Helmut Hullen
> Envoyé : mercredi 12 janvier 2011 19:08
> À : samba at lists.samba.org
> Objet : Re: [Samba] Samba migration to a new server
> Hallo, henri,
> Du meintest am 12.01.11:
> > Is it possible to migrate Samba to a new server without breaking
> > Domain membership of all the clients ?
> > I didn?t get any info on that issue, is there someone that has
> > previous experience of doing that ? Or maybe a link to some relevant
> > info ?
> > I have currently a Samba 3.5.6 server that acts as a PDC and print
> > Server, with tdbsam backend, no LDAP at all, no roaming profile. I
> > have to migrate samba to a new server. Everything (Samba release,
> > Domain Name, shares, ...) will remain the same except for the DNS
> > name and IP address of the server, and the samba server netbios
> > What is the best way to proceed to make this migration as seamless
> > possible for all users (more than 200 user accounts with more than
> > 200 PC in the domain) ?
> My usual way:
> - copy/overwrite "/etc/samba" to the new machine
> - copy/overwrite all user account and all machine account informations
> (especially in "/etc/passwd" and "/etc/shadow") to the new machine
> - Stop samba on both machines
> - Shut off all Clients (that may be a bit neurotic ...)
> - start samba on the new machine
> - Start one client for testing
> - if ok: start the other clients
> Last friday a colleague and I have done these steps once more,
> Viele Gruesse!
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