[Samba] Migrating to new hardware
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 08:06:53 MDT 2012
Run "testparm -v" - you will probably want to copy over the
lock directory = /var/samba/locks
state directory = /var/samba/locks
cache directory = /var/samba/locks
pid directory = /var/samba/locks
You also want to make sure your netlogon and profile directories are
I ran into some issues migrating from 3.0.x to 3.4.x. I am not sure if
these changes are already in placed in 3.2.x. In 3.4.x. I needed to
explicitly defined a unix "nobody" user.
guest account = smb_nobody
I also had to explicitly grant admin perms to the domain admins group so
that they had sufficient privileges on local PC's. But I think I had
made some error somewhere else, so I don't think you will encounter this.
I have an ldap backend, and I found with 3.4.x or 3.5.x. that joining
the machine to the domain had some issues relating to ldap attributes
being created or set properly.
On 06/04/12 09:30, Robert Adkins II wrote:
> I'm looking for confirmation that what I am about to do will work.
> My intent is to decommission the existing Samba PDC hardware and put in its
> place the new hardware. I intend on having the users see no difference, in
> terms of what they have/had and will continue to have available.
> Right now I will be copying everything from the /etc/samba directory into
> the same on the new server, moving from Samba 3.2x to Samba 3.6x
> I also intend on copying over the passwd, shadow and group files.
> Am I missing anything?
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