[Samba] Samba 4.1 on CentOS 7
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Mon Mar 9 09:58:35 MDT 2015
Ad hoc I would do the following steps in your case:
1 Setting up a test environment
2 Doing a DC backup of your 4.0.3 installation (just in case...)
3 Clone your actual CentOS 6.4 system to the test environment (this
should never, never, ever connected to your production environment)
4 Update your Samba 4.0.3 test machine to the most recent 4.0.X version
with sernet packages
5 Test, if everything works (Users, Groups, rfc2307 attributes, DNS,...)
6 Upgrade to most recent 4.1.x version
7 Test, if everything works (see above)
8 Do a DC backup (Have a look at Backup/Restore in the wiki)
9 Install a CentOS 7 machine
10 Install Samba 4.1.x packages from Sernet
11 Provision your domain (Have a look at Backup/Restore in the wiki)
12 Restore your DC from CentOS 6.4 (see step 8)
13 Test, if everything works
14 Have fun!
Am 09.03.2015 15:34, schrieb Gabriel Franca:
> I use the compiled packages Sernet on my Centos 7
> kind regards,
> Gabriel Franca
>> Em 09/03/2015, à(s) 11:14, TI <listas.ti at enxuto.com.br> escreveu:
>> Hi Guys,
>> I have a samba 4.0.3 running in a CentOS 6.4 and I want to install samba 4.1 in a new CentOS 7 server.
>> Should I use the samba-4.1 rpm provided by CentOS or download, compile and install it from samba repositories? Which is better and why?
>> Finally, How can I migrate domain and users data files from samba 4.0.3 to 4.1 ?
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