[Samba] samba4 best practices questions
Chan Min Wai
dcmwai at gmail.com
Sat Feb 8 20:48:29 MST 2014
No one had write a complete one yet.
But you can check on this link on the Picture.
You should a small AD Dc server like that maybe 2 just to be safe.
Than only the share will be serve by the samba ctdb cluster with cluster files system Or you files sharing server.
However in over wan.
I would suggest that the wan location with multi user have a samba Read only DC.
Rsync is a good tools for sysvol.
You can setup a 5 mins sync if you need high level synchronization.
I don't have any knowledge about the trust. Can't help you there.
Chan Min Wai
> Joe Maloney <jmaloney at pcbsd.org> 於 09/02/2014 4:46 PG 寫道：
> I'm interested in using samba4 in a production environment that has
> multiple locations tied together via a WAN. In order to do so I need to
> figure out what is the absolute most stable and supported path.
> I found this email thread here stating samba4 ad roles, and file server
> roles should be on separate servers.
> Can anyone answer is this still the case?
> In addition I've been noticing that sysvol replication is not officially
> supported and third party tools such as rsync can be used as a work
> around. So I think I would ultimately like each location to have it's own
> standalone PDC or just member servers of the PDC.
> My question is are trust relationships working between samba 4 and samba4
> servers yet? I've been reading that trust relationships are one way only
> does this apply to samba servers only talking to eachother as well? Could
> one user from one location log in at another location and so on this way?
> Is this just a bad idea altogether right now?
> If the above is not possible would joining file servers as member servers
> only prove to be the best way forward until these features are
> implimented? Thanks in advance for any help or advice you may be able to
> Joe Maloney
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