[Samba] ntlmssp_server_postauth: invalid NTLMSSP_MIC on CTDB fileserver (NT-style domain)
rpenny at samba.org
Thu Sep 22 11:12:25 UTC 2016
On Thu, 22 Sep 2016 10:58:18 +0100
Alex Crow via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> Hi List,
> As the subject states, I'm running a CTDB cluster. Samba is Sernet
> 4.4.5 in an NT-Style Samba domain (DCs are Centos 6 packaged samba,
> Every so often, users are unable to connect to network shares. Most of
> the problems seem to happen on Windows 7 domain members, but smbclient
> will also fail to connect. I see these lines in the logs for every
> attempted connection:
> [2016/09/22 06:08:42.135972, 1]
> ntlmssp_server_postauth: invalid NTLMSSP_MIC for user=[aa3]
> domain=[FOO_NET] workstation=[VM-FOOBAR]
> [2016/09/22 06:08:42.135995, 1] ../lib/util/util.c:559(dump_data)
>  F1 27 49 D5 8E 68 FE 25 B7 6E C9 7C 86 F7 D9 21 .'I..h.%
> [2016/09/22 06:08:42.136013, 1] ../lib/util/util.c:559(dump_data)
>  BA 8D 1F 5E A8 7D 9D 5E 7B 05 4D C4 BD 30 EE 72 ...^.}.^
> smbclient -L seems only to work as a guest at this point, but testing
> it with an authenticated user fails with the same messages.
> The only way to fix this seems to be to restart the CTDB daemon on all
> the servers.
> Anyone have any insight into what might be causing this?
This sounds very like this bug:
But it is supposed to be fixed ?
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