[Samba] Best Pratice for installing samba package in production environment
juleshoueto at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 15:21:16 UTC 2016
thank you for your feedback.
I think that i am not making my self clear enough.
Independant of the distribution, is it recommended to install Samba4 tar
ball version in a production environment, or sernet package ?
I know that with sernet you can have benefit of support, so it may be an
But what about if i choose to install code source version downloaded from
Would it be recommended ?
Thank you for your help
On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 12:57 PM, Helmut Hullen <Hullen at t-online.de> wrote:
> Hallo, Jules,
> Du meintest am 19.04.16:
> >>> Is it recommended to install the tarball or archive version of
> >>> samba4 in production ?
> >>> Or what will be please the best practices?
> >> "That depends!" ...
> >> Which distribution do you use?
> >> Do you talk about a first installation or about an update?
> >> Changing from 3.x to 4.2 or newer: seems to be no problem.
> > The distribution is Debian linux 7.9.
> > I am talking of a fresh installation, and of course of it's update
> > after.
> Oh - that's really old.
> Maybe the system makes a nearly complete upgrade to an actual Debian
> version if you try only to update Samba - no good idea.
> Viele Gruesse!
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