[Samba] DomainDnsZone Replication Shows 200,000 Objects
lingpanda101 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 13 10:39:29 MST 2014
It looks like 15,000 records have been deleted over a period of 8
hours. This was after changing the attribute to 30 days. Do you know how
to force replication for the Domain DNS Deleted Objects? Replicating the
DominDnsZones using Samba-tool drs replicate doesn't appear to replicate
I've attempted to join a DC again over a 1.5Mbit Wan link using
Samba 4.1.4 on Ubuntu 12.04. At this moment I'm over 19hrs in with
312355/385196 replicated. I joined using "--domain-critical-only"
thinking it may exclude these items but I was wrong.
On 1/10/2014 8:33 PM, Achim Gottinger wrote:
> Am 11.01.2014 02:05, schrieb lp101:
>> Just an FYI. I reverted the tombstone back to 180 and replication
>> sprang back to life. This was on the DC that held all the FSMO roles.
>> While things are working again I'm still back to square one with all
>> the deleted domain entries.
> Thank you for the status update. I have to add two more servers to one
> domain whom will be connected via 1-2MBit SDSL lines, looking at the
> time it took your server to replicate the dns database during join
> makes me curious how long it will take on my side.
> You said your servers had different amounts of deleted records, is
> that still the case after you got replication working? If not did they
> My test setup was pretty simple two servers connected via an 2GBit VM
> interface. So the changes i made to the tomstoneLifetime attribute
> should have been replicated almost instantly.
> On an bigger setup it may be better to wait till the change got
> replicated to all dc's. The purging of outdated deleted object should
> also happen on a daily basis without an restart of the samba services.
> I think the active directory docs mentioned somewhere that ad objects
> do not get deleted if there are replication errors. I'd change the
> attribute more modest to for example 160 days and wait till samba-tool
> drs shorrepl shows an successfull replication after the modification.
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