[Samba] Internal DNS logging
dcardon at tranquil.it
Thu Jan 18 15:52:48 UTC 2018
please, stay on the list.
Le 01/18/2018 à 04:32 PM, Giuseppe Cesa Bianchi a écrit :
> Thank you for your reply but users logon are already logged on log.samba
> (I think when kerberos authenticate it).
> My problem is the hundreds of line written by DNS on log, even at log
> level 1. I'm asking if I can do something to stop it.
In smb.conf, try:
log level = 1 auth_audit:3 dns:0
or in samba 4.7.4
log level = 1 auth_json_audit:3 dns:0
> Thanks anyway
> On 1/18/2018 3:40 PM, Denis Cardon wrote:
>> Hi Giuseppe,
>>> I have two Samba domain controllers version 4.6.4 on Centos 7.3.
>>> I need to log every login/logout from windows PCs and I read on the wiki
>>> that I have to set log level >=3, this works.
>>> The problem is that my log.samba is filled by internal DNS messages,
>>> most of them about forwarding.
>>> in my smb.conf:
>>> log level = 3 auth:10
>>> vfs objects = full_audit
>>> I googled around but I cannot find anything to avoid this.
>> For login, you should upgrade your server to Samba 4.7.4 and add json
>> auth logging with the auth_json_audit parameter .
>> For logout, it won't be really possible to have a definitive
>> information from the AD point of view. But you can probably script
>> something on your desktop and send it back to the server (if the
>> network connection is still up...)
>>  https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Setting_up_Audit_Logging
>>> Please help me!
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