[Samba] Strange nslcd error with ldap database
zach_bethel at taylor.edu
Fri Feb 1 09:37:11 MST 2013
I wanted to add that it appears nslcd is incapable of seeing any of the posixAccount attributes from the Samba LDAP server. It balks at unixHomeDirectory, uidNumber, and gidNumber. However, if I do:
map uidNumber codePage (or some other random AD attribute)
map gidNumber codePage
It displays the user in getent (with the wrong uid and gid, obviously).
What gives? Is there some permission issue with those entries? I can do ldapsearch and see them just fine. I even added administrator credentials to nslcd and I still get the issue. Oddly enough, if I point nslcd at the windows DCs, it works great.
From: Bethel, Zach
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2013 4:31 PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Strange nslcd error with ldap database
I've got a S4 DC joined to a Windows 2008 R2 DC. I'm using the s4bind scripts to add uidNumber/gidNumber/etc entries to LDAP, and I've got nss-pam-ldap installed on the S4 server. I had this working back in December, but since installing the latest stable build, getent passwd is throwing this error,
[8b4567] <passwd="myuser"> passwd entry CN=myuser,CN=Users,DC=...,DC=...,DC=... does not contain uidNumber value
Interestingly, after creating a user on the linux side, if I point nslcd at the Windows DC, it retrieves the ldap entry just fine. I get nothing from the S4 server. I've done ldbsearch on the local ldap database and uidNumber is definitely there. I'm not sure if there's really something else going on, but I'm at a loss of what to do.
I don't think it's a Kerberos issue, because it authenticates fine. It's not my local nslcd client, because I can connect to the Windows DC (via getent passwd) which has the same replicated database and it displays the user data.
Has anyone experienced this?
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