[Samba] winbind bug?
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Thu Mar 27 11:40:33 MDT 2014
On 27/03/14 17:33, Doug Tucker wrote:
> On 03/27/2014 12:28 PM, Rowland Penny wrote:
>> On 27/03/14 16:25, Doug Tucker wrote:
>>>> Hi again, I hope that is a typo 'tbd', should be 'tdb', if it isn't
>>>> or if changing it doesn't work, can you post your smb.conf, what OS
>>>> and what you are pointing samba at.
>>> Working OS's regardless of unix uid #: linux smb clients, Windows XP
>>> OS broken with unix id # over 11000: Windows 7
>> Hi, Yes but what is the server ?
>> Anyway after a quick scan of your smb.conf, you have these in the
>> global section:
>> hide dot files = yes
>> posix locking = no
>> follow symlinks = yes
>> wide links = yes
>> invalid users = root
>> These should only be in a share
>> also there are these:
>> passdb backend = tdbsam
>> obey pam restrictions = no
>> unix password sync = no
>> wins support = no
>> You might as well remove them, they are all the default settings.
>> Apart from that, the smb.conf looks good to work with either a samba4
>> AD or windows Server.
> Thanks for the once over. Helps to have multiple eyes to verify
> things. But in the end I'm still in the same boat and not a single
> suggestion to the facts of my issue. My config does work as long as
> the unix ID isn't over 11000 and the client windows 7. Nobody wants to
> even acknowledge or touch that. I've verified it down to every detail
> I can think of. I don't know if you read my threads earlier, but I
> can change an existing user to a unix id less than 11000 and they then
> work. Switch them back, broken again.
> My back end windows server is 2003.
After looking at your smb.conf again, I noticed something, could you try
changing the idmap config section to this:
idmap config *:backend = tdb
idmap config *:range = 3000000-3100000
idmap config SEAS:backend = rid
idmap config SEAS:range = 1000-40000
idmap config SEAS:schema_mode = rfc2307
idmap config SEAS-S:backend = rid
idmap config SEAS-S:range = 40001-60000
idmap config SEAS-S:schema_mode = rfc2307
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