[Samba] Samba 4.1 gentent, ls, no display domain user name on Primary ACDC but wbinfo -u yes
patocius at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 23 09:18:55 MDT 2015
Yes im see the same as you on the member, but not in the ADDC.
A question, do you have idmap configs on the smb.conf of the ADDC?
Start again would be wonderful.
But if I did that, then I can import the entire hierarchy of the domain?
I have many OU, Group Policy and around 300 users with homes and permissions on the directories.
This can be a big problem for fix a litle problem, i cant do it.
> Date: Mon, 23 Mar 2015 14:44:10 +0000
> From: rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba 4.1 gentent, ls, no display domain user name on Primary ACDC but wbinfo -u yes
> On 23/03/15 14:19, Jhon P wrote:
> > It's a shame not to be able to obtain users on this DC with getent.
> You Should be able to, here is an example line from running 'getent
> passwd' on my first DC:
> > I would make the server is correctly configured and manageable, has
> > many resources to be used.
> There are other problems with using a samba4 DC as a fileserver, there
> have been reports of excessive use of filespace that goes away after a
> reboot, for instance.
> > Having UIDS eg 3000001 without knowing who owns it is a shame.
> You can find out, if you must, but there are really no reasons to do so
> on a DC.
> > Maybe upgrading to 4.2 this DC these things can work.
> > Maybe try updating this DC from the sources.
> If you update, but still use the ldb files you have now i.e. you do not
> provision and start fresh, you will probably have the same problem. You
> seem to have done everything you can to get RFC2307 working, I think the
> problem must lie in you not provisioning with rfc2307 at the start.
> > If there is something to do to solve this problem really is very helpful.
> > If there is anything else I can do just let me know.
> I think that the only way to ensure everything will work correctly, is
> to start again, install a new DC using either Wheezy or Jessie (Jessie
> is frozen, so should be safe to use), use either the packages from
> backports (if using wheezy) or the standard jessie packages or the
> Sernet packages (if they have issued 4.2 packages, no need to bother if
> they haven't). Once you have a new clean OS up with samba4 installed,
> provision it using this command:
> samba-tool domain provision --use-rfc2307 --use-xattrs=yes --realm=<YOUR
> SAMBA REALM> --domain=<YOUR DOMAIN NAME} \
> --dns-backend=SAMBA_INTERNAL --server-role=dc
> --function-level=2008_R2 --adminpass=<YOUR ADMINISTRATOR PASSWORD>
> You will however have to join your windows machines to this new domain.
> > Rowland I really appreciate your help and time you spent.
> > Thank You. :-)
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