[Samba] Problem with Samba4 DB
infractory at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 12:02:45 UTC 2016
Is this the only DC involved in that issue? If yes I would stop the service
on that DC the avoid contamination of others (I don't know if this issue
can propagate but I'm sure I would learn if it is in prod ;)
In prod, what you really want is your AD works. No matter which DC is FSMO
nor if some DC get reinstalled. Remove the DC from your AD to limit risks,
investigate later if you wan to, repair first but repair AD, not the DC.
Then I must admit you have AD as you speak DNS.
Perhaps you are running internal DNS, in that case you can only push DNS
modification on DC declared as SOA in LDAP DB. If broken DC is SOA, it is
also certainly FSMO, move FSMO and SOA on some other host (you can stop
broken DC first, no matter).
If you are running BIND9_DLZ DNS back end you can simply change your
clients DNS resolver to use another DC, as Bind + DLZ knows it can modify
it's DB (its zones) every DC using Bind + DLZ as DNS back end would reply
they are SOA and so they all will accept DNS modification requests.
2016-06-13 9:29 GMT+02:00 bentunx <bentunx at gmail.com>:
> dear all
> i have problem with my samba4 installation
> currently we still using samba 4.1.11
> we have many about 30 site office who is connected to the head office by
> Vpn with 1 mbps
> i have 2 DC in head office and have oen DC in every Site office
> since yesterday i found out in my one off my DC in head office, the Main
> DC (the DC that we make as first DNS in other DC in head office of site
> office) , we cant add new DNS entry, then i try to dbcheck --cross-ncs
> --fix --yes , and dbcheck --reindex
> and still i cant add new DNS Entry
> /Password for [administrator at Domain.CO.ID]://
> //ERROR(runtime): uncaught exception - (1383, 'WERR_INTERNAL_DB_ERROR')//
> // File
> line 175, in _run//
> // return self.run(*args, **kwargs)//
> // File
> "/usr/local/samba/lib64/python2.6/site-packages/samba/netcmd/dns.py", line
> 1067, in run//
> // 0, server, zone, name, add_rec_buf, None)/
> and today i found up samba process take 100% of my CPU usage ..
> can anyone here help me to give me some hint ?
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