[Samba] Im just curious
lmark1834 at gmail.com
Sun May 19 09:09:40 MDT 2013
Just in case, how can check that if used the Samba_Internal?
2013/5/19 Matthieu Patou <mat at samba.org>
> On 05/18/2013 05:26 AM, Sandbox wrote:
>> 2013-05-17 00:43 keltezéssel, Marc Muehlfeld írta:
>>> Am 16.05.2013 22:41, schrieb Sandbox:
>>>> Is it possible (well, look like it works) to include a preconfigured
>>>> bind zone to samba named.conf, so I don't get that annoying zone
>>>> conflict error message while I start bind?
>>>> Actualy, the important question is, this kind of configuration could
>>>> interfere with samba4 if the server is configured to use BIND9_DLZ?
>>> Do you mean, that you have already a zone in Bind and now you want the
>>> BIND9_DLZ module to use that zone for your AD? A "mixed zonefile" (samba
>>> LDB and Bind)? I think this is not possible and you won't be able to
>>> administrate it from windows or by samba-tool.
>>> There was a BIND9_flatfile option for provisioning in the past. But Kai
>>> Blin (he wrote the internal DNS server) told me yesterday on SambaXP, that
>>> this option is very old and there's not really a documentation how to make
>>> it run. So this isn't a good solution, either.
>>> But you could write a small script, to import your existing records with
>>> samba-tool into the samba LDB (of course you can keep Bind and use the DLZ
>>> module, if you like that backend).
>>> Actualy I have lot of printers in my "old" bind config, so i thought I
>> can use that configuration just for the printers and using samba's
>> bind9_dlz option for pcs and domain.
>> Try having a look at views in bind, you could use one view for your
> printer and the dlz_bind for the rest, another option is to parse your
> existing records and import them in the dlz zone.
> Matthieu Patou
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