[Samba] Samba4 AD DC using s3fs an OpenIndiana/Illumos/Solaris
rpenny at f2s.com
Thu Apr 11 06:22:57 MDT 2013
On 11/04/13 12:10, Henner Gratz wrote:
> I've just built my first samba4 (4.0.5) on an OpenIndiana machine
> without any problems.
> But when it comes to the provision step the problems begin. Everything
> is fine, if I
> call samba-tool with the --use-ntvfs option. But I want to use samba4
> with s3fs because
> of the support for newer SMB protocol versions.
> But when I call samba-tool without --use-ntvfs option I got the
> root at openindiana:~# /usr/local/samba/bin/samba-tool domain provision
> Realm: domain.local
> Domain [domain]:
> Server Role (dc, member, standalone) [dc]:
> DNS backend (SAMBA_INTERNAL, BIND9_FLATFILE, BIND9_DLZ, NONE)
> DNS forwarder IP address (write 'none' to disable forwarding)
> [18.104.22.168]: none
> Administrator password:
> Retype password:
> ERROR(<class 'samba.provision.ProvisioningError'>): Provision failed -
> ProvisioningError: guess_names: 'realm=WIWI.LOCAL' in DOMAIN.LOCAL
> must match chosen realm '/usr/local/samba/etc/smb.conf'! Please
> remove the smb.conf file and let provision generate it
> line 398, in run
> use_rfc2307=use_rfc2307, skip_sysvolacl=False)
> line 1978, in provision
> sitename=sitename, rootdn=rootdn)
> line 597, in guess_names
> raise ProvisioningError("guess_names: 'realm=%s' in %s must match
> chosen realm '%s'! Please remove the smb.conf file and let provision
> generate it" % (lp.get("realm").upper(), realm, lp.configfile))
> I know that samba uses POSIX ACLs while OpenIndiana/ZFS uses NFSv4
> ACLs, but I hoped
> that there is a way to configure samba4 to work with s3fs on Solaris
> machines as well.
> Unfortunately I wasn't able to find anything about this topic with
> google and friends.
> Does somebody on this list know more about it?
> Thank you very much for any advice in advance!
Hi, did you provision it first with --use-ntvfs ? if you did, do you
have /usr/local/samba/etc/smb.conf ?
If you do, then do what the error message is telling you, remove or
rename smb.conf and try provisioning again.
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