[Samba] idmap & migration to rfc2307
obnox at samba.org
Sat Nov 7 17:01:23 UTC 2015
On 2015-11-07 at 12:37 +0000, Rowland Penny wrote:
> On 07/11/15 11:31, Jonathan Hunter wrote:
> >On 7 November 2015 at 10:11, Rowland Penny <rowlandpenny241155 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>Is it possible that sssd is failing?
> >>What do you have in /etc/nsswitch?
> ># cat /etc/nsswitch.conf | egrep "(passwd|group)"
> >passwd: files sss
> >group: files sss
> >But I don't think this is anything to do with sssd. As I understand it:
> >Local machine UNIX use (i.e. logging in via ssh; looking at files on
> >disk via "ls"; etc.) uses sssd, because this is what I have set in
> >nsswitch.conf. This all works fine, I have no problems with this.
> >"SMB file access" (i.e. a Windows client machine elsewhere on the
> >network, accessing resources via \\server\share\path) does not use
> >sssd, but uses smbd + winbind/winbindd for UID resolution? This is the
> >part that is failing intermittently.
> >>It could be that sssd isn't running or running correctly, so it cannot get
> >>the required info from AD, so winbind is returning the info from idmap.ldb,
> >>hence the '3000000' numbers.
> >Does winbind/wbinfo ever query what is defined in /etc/nsswitch.conf,
> >or does it always use the samba internal UID resolution? I thought it
> >would bypass nsswitch.conf entirely - hence my suspicion that this is
> >nothing to do with sssd.
> >It's hard to reproduce this at will - right now "wbinfo -i myuser" is
> >returning correct UID information. The problem (as far as i can tell)
> >is that, every so often, despite me having "idmap_ldb:use rfc2307 =
> >yes" in smb.conf, this same wbinfo command returns incorrect UID
> >information (as also shown in "net cache list") and therefore this is
> >why I cannot access files via smbd until I clear the idmap cache via
> >"net cache flush".
> >I'm trying to narrow it down to a particular set of circumstances but
> >it's so intermittent, I'm really struggling.
> >I would raise a bug on bugzilla but I'm not sure there's enough
> >information here for someone familiar with the code to resolve it,
> >It is of course possible that I'm doing something wrong - but the
> >thing that makes me convinced it's a bug is that I have /not/ changed
> >my configuration in any way since June (when I last saw this issue).
> >After my recent upgrade to 4.3 the problem came back - I saw it again
> >last night - but has not reoccurred since then until now.. I really do
> >think there is a subtle bug here.
> >Is it worth me putting all this into a bugzilla entry, even though I
> >haven't yet narrowed down the full circumstances under which it
> The problem is, sssd now uses its own version of winbind, this came in (I
> believe) with version 1.12.0 but I 'think' red-hat backport some things to
> earlier versions. As I understand it, you will be probably be using
> 1.11.6-30 and it is the '30' that says what it contains, perhaps you are
> using winbindd and don't realise it.
As of Version 4.2, the Samba AD/DC is using winbindd by default.
It is started by the samba daemon. Samba is designed to work
with winbindd. sssd does not contain its own winbind, but it
implements some parts of the winbind protocol. So my suggestion
is to remove sss from /etc/nsswitch.conf and use winbind instead.
This is how it is designed to work.
Also, for all I know, the DC always has local unix user and group
IDs, and does NOT use the rfc2307 attributes for this. (Unless
this has changed recently, but I can't imagine how.) So there is
nothing wrong with samba not using the rfc ids on the DC -- this is
how it works by design.
These rfc uids/gids can be used on the member servers!
Cheers - Michael
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