[Samba] Samba4 AD/DC slow share access
alain.deleglise at alterway.fr
Tue Sep 22 14:45:34 UTC 2015
I fully agree with the "one service, one system".
But in this case, I can't really do what i want.
I thought that file sharing and AD DC on the same server is not recommanded
in the case of multi server members ? (and the UIDs and GIDs have to be
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2015-09-22 15:32 GMT+02:00 mathias dufresne <infractory at gmail.com>:
> 2015-09-22 11:28 GMT+02:00 Alain Deleglise <alain.deleglise at alterway.fr>:
> > Hi mathias,
> > unfortunately, this operation will require too much time for now.
> > I will keep this idea in mind, but i think that it could work flawlessly
> > in this configuration. Don't you think ?
> It could, even it should. The point is, for you, right now, it don't. I
> think some users around here are running both services (AD + file sharing)
> on the same system successfully. I'm not telling this impossible.
> But I believe it was not advised by Samba Team to run Samba AD DC + Samba
> file sharing on the same system.
> I'm a virtualisation fan. I broke my system too often and I appreciate in
> these cases I destroy one service, not the whole stuffs. So I'm not the
> right one to tell you: for me one system is one service...
> The second good thing I feel with heavy usage of virtualisation is for
> understanding what is going wrong: less things on the same system, less
> side effect to deal with.
> Anyway, I wish you someone with more knowledge of Samba product could help
> to understand what could lead your Samba to that behaviour.
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