[Samba] Samba 4 AD share: Access denied
Rowland Penny
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 28 08:11:47 MDT 2014
On 28/07/14 15:00, Ryan Ashley wrote:
> Odd, but it says I am using 4.2.0, which is higher than 4.1.8.
>
> root at fs01:/usr/src/samba-master# samba-tool -V
> 4.2.0pre1-GIT-d097898
> root at fs01:/usr/src/samba-master# winbindd -V
> Version 4.2.0pre1-GIT-d097898
> root at fs01:/usr/src/samba-master# nmbd -V
> Version 4.2.0pre1-GIT-d097898
> root at fs01:/usr/src/samba-master#
>
> I normally clone, configure, and build. Is the stable branch not
> default? Am I building a testing branch? Should I checkout on the
> stable branch?
>
> On 07/28/2014 09:50 AM, Rowland Penny wrote:
>> On 28/07/14 14:41, Ryan Ashley wrote:
>>> Alright, I was poking around this morning trying to make this work,
>>> and noticed something odd. Loads of zombie nmbd processes. Check out
>>> the dump below and tell me, what is going on here? Is this my problem?
>>>
>>> root at fs01:~# ps x
>>> PID TTY STAT TIME COMMAND
>>> 1 ? Ss 0:02 init [2]
>>> 2 ? S 0:00 [kthreadd]
>>> 3 ? S 0:00 [ksoftirqd/0]
>>> 5 ? S 0:00 [kworker/u:0]
>>> 6 ? S 0:00 [migration/0]
>>> 7 ? S 0:01 [watchdog/0]
>>> 8 ? S< 0:00 [cpuset]
>>> 9 ? S< 0:00 [khelper]
>>> 10 ? S 0:00 [kdevtmpfs]
>>> 11 ? S< 0:00 [netns]
>>> 12 ? S 0:00 [xenwatch]
>>> 13 ? S 0:00 [xenbus]
>>> 14 ? S 0:01 [sync_supers]
>>> 15 ? S 0:00 [bdi-default]
>>> 16 ? S< 0:00 [kintegrityd]
>>> 17 ? S< 0:00 [kblockd]
>>> 19 ? S 0:00 [khungtaskd]
>>> 20 ? S 0:00 [kswapd0]
>>> 21 ? SN 0:00 [ksmd]
>>> 22 ? SN 0:00 [khugepaged]
>>> 23 ? S 0:00 [fsnotify_mark]
>>> 24 ? S< 0:00 [crypto]
>>> 173 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda1-8]
>>> 174 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 183 ? S 0:00 [kworker/u:1]
>>> 313 ? Ss 0:00 udevd --daemon
>>> 420 ? S 0:00 udevd --daemon
>>> 425 ? S 0:00 udevd --daemon
>>> 433 ? S 0:00 [khubd]
>>> 438 ? S< 0:00 [kpsmoused]
>>> 445 ? S< 0:00 [ata_sff]
>>> 471 ? S 0:00 [scsi_eh_0]
>>> 472 ? S 0:00 [scsi_eh_1]
>>> 1295 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda2-8]
>>> 1296 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1297 ? S 0:01 [flush-202:0]
>>> 1298 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda9-8]
>>> 1299 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1300 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda10-8]
>>> 1301 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1302 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda8-8]
>>> 1303 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1307 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda11-8]
>>> 1308 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1309 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda3-8]
>>> 1310 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1311 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda4-8]
>>> 1312 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1313 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda5-8]
>>> 1314 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1315 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda6-8]
>>> 1316 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1317 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvda7-8]
>>> 1318 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1319 ? S 0:00 [jbd2/xvdb1-8]
>>> 1320 ? S< 0:00 [ext4-dio-unwrit]
>>> 1780 ? Sl 0:00 /usr/sbin/rsyslogd -c5
>>> 1811 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/sbin/acpid
>>> 1903 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/sbin/cron
>>> 1998 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/sbin/sshd
>>> 2022 tty1 Ss+ 0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty1
>>> 2023 tty2 Ss+ 0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty2
>>> 2024 tty3 Ss+ 0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty3
>>> 2025 tty4 Ss+ 0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty4
>>> 2026 tty5 Ss+ 0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty5
>>> 2027 tty6 Ss+ 0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty6
>>> 2041 ? Ss 0:03 nmbd
>>> 2043 ? Ss 0:03 smbd
>>> 2045 ? Ss 0:00 winbindd
>>> 2046 ? S 0:02 winbindd
>>> 2047 ? S 0:00 winbindd
>>> 2048 ? S 0:00 winbindd
>>> 2049 ? S 0:00 smbd
>>> 2067 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2085 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2109 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2127 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2145 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2163 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2185 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2203 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2223 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2241 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2263 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2281 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2299 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2317 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2339 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2357 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2375 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2393 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2415 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2433 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2451 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2469 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2491 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2509 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2527 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2545 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2567 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2585 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2603 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2621 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2643 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2661 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2679 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2697 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2719 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2737 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2755 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2773 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2795 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2813 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2831 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2849 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2871 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2889 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2907 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2925 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2946 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2964 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 2982 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3000 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3022 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3040 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3058 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3076 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3098 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3116 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3134 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3152 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3174 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3192 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3210 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3228 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3250 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3268 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3285 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3303 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3325 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3343 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3361 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3380 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3402 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3420 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3438 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3456 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3574 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3592 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3610 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3628 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3650 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3668 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3686 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3704 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3726 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3744 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3762 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3780 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3802 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3820 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3838 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3856 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3878 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3896 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3914 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3932 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3954 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3972 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 3990 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4008 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4030 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4048 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4066 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4084 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4106 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4124 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4142 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4160 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4182 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4200 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4220 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4238 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4261 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4279 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4297 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4315 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4337 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4355 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4373 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4391 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4413 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4431 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4449 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4467 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4489 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4507 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4525 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4543 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4565 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4583 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4601 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4619 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4641 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4659 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4677 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4694 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4716 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4734 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4752 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4770 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4792 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4811 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4829 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4847 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4869 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4887 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4905 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4923 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4945 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4963 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4981 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 4999 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5021 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5039 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5057 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5075 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5097 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5115 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5133 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5151 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5173 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5191 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5209 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5227 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5249 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5267 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5285 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5303 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5325 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5343 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5361 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5379 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5525 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5543 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5571 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5589 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5611 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5630 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5648 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5666 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5688 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5706 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5724 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5742 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5764 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5782 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5800 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5818 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5840 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5858 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5876 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5894 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5916 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5934 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5952 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5970 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 5992 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6010 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6028 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6046 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6068 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6086 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6104 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6122 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6144 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6161 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6179 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6197 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6219 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6238 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6256 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6274 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6296 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6314 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6332 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6350 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6372 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6390 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6408 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6426 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6448 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6466 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6484 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6502 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6524 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6542 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6560 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6578 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6600 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6618 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6636 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6654 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6676 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6694 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6712 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6730 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6752 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6770 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6789 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6807 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6829 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6847 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6852 ? S 0:01 [kworker/0:0]
>>> 6867 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6885 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6906 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6924 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6942 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6960 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 6982 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7000 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7018 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7036 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7058 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7076 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7094 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7112 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7134 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7152 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7170 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7188 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7210 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7228 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7246 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7264 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7286 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7304 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7322 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7340 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7458 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7476 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7494 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7512 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7534 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7552 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7569 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7587 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7609 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7627 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7645 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7665 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7676 ? S 0:00 [kworker/0:2]
>>> 7687 ? Z 0:00 [nmbd] <defunct>
>>> 7697 ? Ss 0:00 sshd: root at pts/0
>>> 7699 pts/0 Ss 0:00 -bash
>>> 7711 ? S 0:00 [kworker/0:1]
>>> 7718 ? S 0:00 [flush-202:16]
>>> 7721 pts/0 R+ 0:00 ps x
>>>
>>> On 07/28/2014 09:18 AM, Ryan Ashley wrote:
>>>> I have never even played with apparmor. I do my Debian installs
>>>> using a net CD and doing the expert 64bit install. I disable
>>>> recommended and suggested packages and install only exactly what I
>>>> need, so I do not have apparmor or selinux. Good thought though. I
>>>> also tried disabling the firewall on a test PC and still no go.
>>>> This has NEVER happened before so I am lost.
>>>>
>>>> So where else should I look? The system in question is a domain
>>>> member server, can resolve users and groups, and can set ACLs with
>>>> user and groups from AD. It is simply denying access to group
>>>> members of said shares.
>>>>
>>>> On 07/28/2014 05:02 AM, Rowland Penny wrote:
>>>>> On 27/07/14 16:28, Ryan Ashley wrote:
>>>>>> I understand and I should have stated more clearly that I have
>>>>>> been going through those results for over a week now. Nothing
>>>>>> seems to help. Funny thing is that creating a second virtual
>>>>>> file-server and using share authentication works fine. Yet
>>>>>> another reason I am leaning towards group issues. If the
>>>>>> file-server is share-level the Windows 7 boxes are happy. As soon
>>>>>> as it goes AD and uses AD groups, they stop working. I have not
>>>>>> tried user-level security yet. Then again I may have user-level
>>>>>> and share-level confused. It has been a long week. I will keep
>>>>>> searching but so far nothing I have found and tried works.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Is there a way to get an actual reason for the denial? If it
>>>>>> flat-out told me a reason I could troubleshoot. Right now I am
>>>>>> just shooting in random directions hoping to hit something since
>>>>>> all I get is "Access Denied". Is it possible to see is S4 is
>>>>>> denying the connection via a log or something, or if Windows 7 is
>>>>>> being stupid... again?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 7/27/2014 10:57 AM, Rowland Penny wrote:
>>>>>>> On 27/07/14 15:15, Ryan Ashley wrote:
>>>>>>>> That solution is for Windows 8. That also is not our issue. The
>>>>>>>> WIndows 7 Pro 64bit workstations see the server and shares, and
>>>>>>>> they map the shares according to group policy, but then
>>>>>>>> everybody gets access denied, despite being in the domain
>>>>>>>> groups for which the shares were created. Funny thing is that
>>>>>>>> if I logon as domain admin, I get to access the shares. Due to
>>>>>>>> this, I fully believe the S4 server is ignoring or not
>>>>>>>> accounting for group membership. The "reachfp" account is the
>>>>>>>> domain admin. This is also the default owner of files on the
>>>>>>>> shares. The group "administration" contains many members and
>>>>>>>> does not grant access, despite the group being granted full
>>>>>>>> control. This lead e into believing I am still dealing with a
>>>>>>>> permissions issue and not another issue. If it was the other
>>>>>>>> issue, I would assume domain admin could not see the share or
>>>>>>>> access it. Is that about right?
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> You are missing the point, I probably could have chosen a better
>>>>>>> target but I only spent about 30secs on the search:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> windows 7 64 bit access denied samba
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> This returns About 116,000 results, here's another one:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/242602-can-t-connect-samba-share-win-7-ultimate-64-bit.html
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Try looking into this before dismissing it out of hand and
>>>>>>> insisting that samba is the problem.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Rowland
>>>>>>
>>>>> OK, after more thought and re-reading your posts, a thought has
>>>>> popped into my head, apparmor, do you have this running on the
>>>>> server ?
>>>>> I have been caught out by this a few times, not being allowed to
>>>>> do things that I thought I should be able to do, or packages not
>>>>> running correctly because they were not allowed access, in every
>>>>> case it was apparmor. As I could never get apparmor to play ball
>>>>> with me (I thought that I had found all rights that needed modding
>>>>> and then another one would pop its head up and what is in the logs
>>>>> bares no resemblance to what you need to put in the conf file), I
>>>>> now disable apparmor straight after installing a new system.
>>>>>
>>>>> Rowland
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>> Somebody else reported this problem, he went to 4.1.8 and the zombie
>> nmbd problem went away, if you upgrade to the latest samba4 you may
>> hit two birds with one stone, the nmbd problem and your group problem
>> ;-)
>>
>> Rowland
>
Hi, what you are using is not the stable branch, it is the branch that
will become the next release i.e. 4.2. This does not mean that you
shouldn't use it, it just means that it could be upgraded at any time
until it is 'frozen' just before release. These upgrades 'could' break
something, not saying they will, just that they could, for production
use I would use the latest version from here:
https://ftp.samba.org/pub/samba/stable/
Rowland
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