[Samba] Samba4 Secondary DC Replication Concerns
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Thu May 30 10:30:09 MDT 2013
On 30/05/13 16:45, "David González Herrera - [DGHVoIP]" wrote:
> Yes, every change you make to the domain is automatically replicated to the secondary, when you add a user, group, machine it gets replicated.
> I have a Samba AD DC which replicates to a W2K8 R2 and I can even select DCs and chnage whichever I want and changes are instantly replicated between DCs.
OK, that's what I thought it should do (which is what happens with DHCP and BIND secondary servers in our network).
So, I guess it's a Samba DC1 to Samba DC2 issue then?
I have read quite a bit on this.
Like many others, I followed the instructions to the letter, kinit, provision, DNS check, CNAME addition, etc.... all appear to be fine.
I am just worried that this Secondary DC is not replicating.
So, should I try an after hours fix it?
* stop Samba
* git pull
* make, install
* restart Samba
on both DCs.
How does that sound?
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