[Samba] Failed to issue the StartTLS instruction - yet ldap ssl = no is set
rpenny at samba.org
Wed Sep 14 14:43:43 UTC 2016
On Wed, 14 Sep 2016 15:17:24 +0100
lejeczek via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> I think I luck of words, all I have is another - really?
> On 14/09/16 14:04, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
> > And using them, sets them to NULL!
> > Which probably explains why dbwrap_watchers.tdb does get created.
> Well, two instances would be a solution, workaround to
> another problem I ran into, more difficult to overcome. But
> that is not the issue to which I seek help here.
> All directory directives are set and point to the same
> location, directories are created, permissions, SELinux,
> etc, are not a problem.
> Shame on developers to assume users/admin are dumb bums,
> especially that the scenario is so easy to reproduce. A bit
> more faith in users I'd prescribe.
> Take these directives out - and everything is working,
> including LDAP authentication which seems to fail when
> dbwrap_watchers.tdb is absent(or has directly to do with
> aforementioned directives)
I will say this again but first this time, as you seemed to miss it
Why are you trying to run two instances of Samba on the same
Having got that out of the way, how are you trying to run Samba ? as a
DC ? or as something else ?
it has something to do with:
;root directory =
;lock directory =
;state directory =
;cache directory =
The ';' turns off the lines and the defaults will be used, but if you
remove the ';', then all those directory will be set to NONE, i.e. they
will not be used.
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