[Samba] RESOLVED CTDB and Pacemaker - last mile!!! - CTDB complains cluster IP is not a public address

Dale Schroeder dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com
Mon Apr 9 12:47:50 MDT 2012

On 04/05/2012 5:13 PM, Errol Neal wrote:
> Errol Neal  wrote:
>>                  This project has been on my bucket list for a long time with a higher priority than say visiting Japan :)
>> For the last several days, I've been knee deep in XCP, OCFS2, Samba, CTDB and Pacemaker; trying to get all these technologies to coalesce into one solution, and I think I'm at the last mile.
>> I finally have two debian squeeze VMs (BIM AND BAM) on XCP 1.0 that are running Samba 3.6 in an HA configuration! But I have one small problem.. when I connect to a share on the cluster IP (pacemaker IPaddr2 resource), I get an access denied and an error in log.ctdb:
> <SNIP>
> The problem was my smb.conf file. I changed my idmap config to be idmap config * versus FOO and my idmap config backend to be tdb.
> The symptoms were that wbinfo -u and -g were returning groups and users, but getent wasn't and wbinfo -i wasn't working either..
> Hope this helps someone in the future.


Your listed symptoms regarding the results of wbinfo and getent are 
quite similar to this:

The idmap_ad backend has not been previously mentioned, and you're using 
ctdb, still I can't help but wonder if you are seeing another 
manifestation of this bug.
Do you think that's a reasonable possibility?


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