[Samba] winbind rid changing user's UID and GID numbers - Samba 3.6
dale at BriannasSaladDressing.com
Tue Jul 29 15:08:47 MDT 2014
You have the same range for * and CSUNET. Those ranges cannot overlap,
so fixing those would be the place to start.
On 07/29/2014 3:28 PM, Robert Martel wrote:
> For a number of samba iterations I've been using Samba with winbind to
> keep AD users's UNIX UIDs and GIDs the same across several systems. I
> don't run the Active Directory set-up and those that do are NOT going
> to make any alterations to make my life easier. So i have always used
> idmap_rid to keep consistent UID/GID numbers across all my UNIX machines.
> This has worked very well, and the UIDs and GIDs were consistent
> across the different hosts...until I upgraded one of the Solaris 10
> boxes to Samba 3.6.24 from 3.5.8. Now it seems that user's UIDs and
> GIDs are getting altered on some random (to me) basis....but not all
> of them and not all at the same time. Where I had seen a user that
> always received 101888 as their UID for years and "Domain Users" had a
> GID of 10513 for years now they receive something different.
> Three other Solaris hosts have been running Samba 3.6.x for some time
> and never exhibited this sort of behavior. Something up with winbind
> or some change in behavior that I over looked? Documentation for
> winbind configuration for AD member servers using rid has always seems
> a bit thin to me so I'd not be surprised to see that I am missing
> something. With so many older examples of smb.conf out there it can ve
> difficult to figure out which are current/correct.
> Any thoughts/help would be appreciated.
> # 3.6.24 IDMAP settings
> winbind use default domain = yes
> template homedir = /home/%U
> template shell = /usr/bin/bash
> idmap config * : range = 10000-100000000
> idmap config * : backend = tdb
> idmap config CSUNET: default = yes
> idmap config CSUNET: backend = rid
> idmap config CSUNET: range = 10000-100000000
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