[Samba] [Workaround] Strange problem with pdbedit -Lv : missing users ?
dbucherml at hsolutions.ch
Tue Dec 16 10:04:53 MST 2014
This problem is not solved but just to keep you informed I found some
kind of work-around:
If I do :
# pdbedit -Lv | grep pmisth
(Nothing is shown, user is missing from pdbedit ???)
But I can do this, if I know the user exists:
# pdbedit -Lv -u pmisth | grep Unix
Unix username: pmisth
Therefore it doesn't solve the problem, but it is enough for me, as what
I need is this:
# pdbedit -Lv -u pmisth | grep "User SID"
User SID: S-1-5-21-4267546850-1930090071-418296841-3302
Le 15.12.2014 21:22, Denis BUCHER a écrit :
> Dear all,
> I have a very strange problem with "pdbedit -Lv" under Samba 3.3.10, a
> lot of users and machines are missing !
> Strangely, all these missing machines and users are working perfectly
> The problem is that I need to get their SID to be able to migrate to a
> new server...
> TECHNICAL DETAILS :
> * Samba 3.3.10
> * Number of machines :
> * Unix : 128 machines
> * pdbedit -Lv | grep "Unix" | grep "$" | wc :
> * 13 machines only
> * Number of users :
> * Unix : 79 domain users
> * pdbedit -Lv | grep "Unix" | grep -v "$" | wc :
> * 52 users only !
> To be honest I don't absolutely need pdbedit to work, if I can list the
> SID of all users by some other mean, it will be OK.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> P. S. I saw somewhere that it could be due to missing Unix users, but
> these users are not missing.
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