[Samba] Domain controller in a chroot
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Tue Mar 17 15:38:00 MDT 2015
Beside your low RAM issue have you seen this?
If it is still a test environment than you could try this.
Am 17. März 2015 15:49:43 MEZ, schrieb "Sébastien Le Ray" <sebastien-samba at orniz.org>:
>Le 17/03/2015 15:40, Peter Serbe a écrit :
>> Hi Sébastien,
>> Sébastien Le Ray schrieb am 17.03.2015 14:15:
>>> So even with two interfaces and bind interfaces only you cannot do
>> I am by no means an *nix epert. Maybe it is possible - but I don't
>> anyone how ever talked about doing something like that. And given the
>> _very_ limited resources, You had mentioned, I think it just won't
>Yes, RAM upgrade is mandatory, whichever solution is used anyway, I
>>> Well… Having a VM just to split the DC from the file server seems a
>>> little overkill,
>> It might seem like that. However this is exactly what is typically
>> Once You got Your first VM up and running, basically You can spawn as
>> many VMs as You want. More or less.
>I use VMs when I need them. Emulating a whole system just to isolate
>network interfaces /is/ overkill, no matter how you look at it. But
>anyway I guess I'll have to use some kind of container system to avoid
>whole stack emulation
>>> so I guess I'll have to switch to Samba 4.2 in order to
>>> have a usable winbindd on the DC
>> If I understood the discussion right, then the implementation of the
>> protocols, that are forming the base on which winbind(d) is running,
>> still is incomplete - without hope of a quick change. And therefore
>> You will need separate DCs and file servers still for a long time.
>> I remember however, that for really small installations the use of
>> the DC as file server had been regarded as adequate, though not being
>> an optimum solution. You might also want to reconsider, whether You
>> really want a separate file server.
>What I really want is have something homogeneous, that is consistent
>UIDs, GIDs, homedir & so on (RFC2307) among dedicated file servers and
>mixed DC/file servers which seem to be impossible right now.
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