[Samba] migration from samba3 -> 4 architecture goal question
Karel Lang AFD
lang at afd.cz
Tue Oct 7 05:59:37 MDT 2014
thanks for information too!
Also thanks for mentioning this:
'max protocol = smb2'
I thought it is experimental - just as my 'man smb.conf' says, but after
googling i found:
where Jeremy Allison confirms it is already 'fully supported from Samba
I will test it right away!
Also thanks for the rest of your config - every small bit of info helps
me to get the 'puzzle' done :]
On 10/07/2014 10:35 AM, Helmut Hullen wrote:
> Hallo, Karel,
> Du meintest am 07.10.14:
>>> If you go Samba4 you go ADS.
>>> And meanwhile --I had a similar environment like yours--- I do not
>>> want to go back again.
>>> Samba4 serves as auth principal for my centos servers, dovecot imap,
>>> all windows servers and clients without any issue.
>>> With SOGo/Openchange another open source software I reach a
>>> exchange like environment for the outlook clients.
>> So no regrets going AD?
>> As i explained, even if i decide 'jump this bandwagon' too, i could
>> do it in like 8-10 months timeframe.
>> Do you think it makes sense to update to Samba4 classic in meantime,
>> while i wait for new Hardware for new serverroom and wait for RHEL
>> (CentOS) 7.1 (7.2)?
> That (running samba4 in a samba3 manner) works in my (small) LAN since
> more than 1 year. "security = user".
> Nearly no change in the "smb.conf". No change in the sysvinit start-
> stop-script (Slackware).
> Changes in smb.conf:
> registry shares = yes
> deadtime = 90
> Maybe both changes are not necessary for running samba4 in samba3 mode.
> Maybe you need
> Lanman Auth = yes
> client lanman auth = yes
> ntlm auth = yes
> client ntlmv2 auth = yes
> max protocol = smb2
> These 5 options are included in my smb.conf since 2010 (and longer
> Please excuse my gerlish.
> Viele Gruesse!
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