[Samba] Standalone Server User Import / Export
ayers at fsfe.org
Thu Aug 8 17:43:38 UTC 2019
Am Donnerstag, den 08.08.2019, 10:13 -0700 schrieb Jeremy Allison:
> On Thu, Aug 08, 2019 at 05:04:08PM +0200, David Ayers via samba
> > Hello!
> > when using Samba [4.5.16-Debian] as standalone server in Windows
> > environment to allow certain users to access shares, we are
> > currently
> > using the default tdbsam backend with a bunch of users.
> > We now want to migrate the users from one standalone server to a
> > replacement server. To migrate the users I expected to able to
> > export
> > the users (incl. passwords) into a file on one server, copy the
> > file
> > over to the new server and import the users there. Specifically I
> > expected using:
> > old: pdbedit -e tdbsam:/root/samba.user.tdbexp
> > new: pdbedit -I tdbsam:/root/samba.user.tdbexp
> > would do the trick. A file is created during the export. The
> > import
> > does not complain and has a return value indicating success. But
> > pdbedit -L (-v) does not list any of the imported users.
> What does a tdbdump of the newly created file say ?
Interesting... it seems to be pretty empty:
key(19) = "INFO/minor_version\00"
data(4) = "\00\00\00\00"
key(9) = "NEXT_RID\00"
data(4) = "\E8\03\00\00"
key(13) = "INFO/version\00"
data(4) = "\04\00\00\00"
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