[Samba] Magically disappearing errors during FSMO transfer
rpenny at samba.org
Thu Oct 5 21:32:37 UTC 2017
On Thu, 5 Oct 2017 15:32:38 -0500 (CDT)
Mike Ray via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> ----- On Oct 5, 2017, at 2:55 PM, samba samba at lists.samba.org wrote:
> > The problem is that you need to Authenticate to transfer the
> > domaindns and forestdns FSMO roles, this means you also need to
> > authenticate if you transfer 'all' the FSMO roles.
> > If 'samba-tool fsmo show is now displaying the correct owners and
> > everything is working correctly, you are probably going to be okay.
> > I will look into refusing to do anything if 'all' or 'domaindns' or
> > 'forestdns' roles are selected without using authentication.
> > Rowland
> Sorry about the message, I did not split it well. I've included some
> of the last lines below in a more readable format:
> > root at dc3:~# samba-tool fsmo transfer --role forestdns
> > -UAdministrator Password for [Example\Administrator]:
> > ERROR: Failed to delete role> 'forestdns': LDAP error 16
> > LDAP_NO_SUCH_ATTRIBUTE - <attribute> 'fSMORoleOwner': no matching
> > attribute value while deleting attribute on
> > 'CN=Infrastructure,DC=ForestDnsZones,DC=example,DC=com'> <>
> > root at dc3:~# samba-tool fsmo transfer --role forestdns>
> > -UAdministrator This DC already has the 'forestdns' FSMO role
> I did do some authenticating, but still saw some errors. Any
> explanation for this?
Not really, I think it just got confused, but as I said the two dns
roles need authentication. this is because the code that transfers them
is very different.
> Also, do you have any insight into the "Failed FSMO transfer:
> NT_STATUS_IO_TIMEOUT" errors?
> These popped up on like the "pdc" role, so authentication shouldn't
> have been an issue here.
Again, I think that because you initially tried without authentication,
this did something and the later attempts didn't like it.
As I said, if everything is working correctly now and the FSMO roles
are being shown as belonging to the DCs they should be, then there
shouldn't be anything to worry about.
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