[Samba] DC server own hostname must be part of ad dc domain?
combr at samges.ru
Fri Nov 18 11:41:49 UTC 2016
18.11.2016 15:22, Rowland Penny via samba пишет:
>> root at ad51:~# hostname -f
>> Must I have an $SERV.$ADDOMAIN hostname, like ad51.dc.samges.ru ?
>> If I change hostname now, what will happen in AD domain ?
> Your machine will not be found.
But it can be found via DNS, why changing local (for this server)
hostname affects this?
How to fix it right?
>> Are autogenerated string written bu provision script? Are it needed?
>> (provision was 4.1.9 version)
> No, is DHCP putting it there ?? if your machine is using dhcp to get its
No, it'a a DC server and it never use a DHCP.
> Yes, you can remove them and in fact, you should remove them, they
> shouldn't be in in /etc/hosts
Ok, I'll try this
But wiki for example
suggest to add hostname to /etc/hosts:
"Verify that the host name in /etc/resolv.conf resolves to the network
IP and not to 127.0.0.1 (localhost)."
It only for precondition before join and may be deleted after?
> Yes, provided '172.16.214.151' is the ipaddress of an AD DC
Mike Lykov, system administrator
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