[Samba] How to dump options being used when running?
rpenny at samba.org
Sat Aug 24 15:36:12 UTC 2019
On 24/08/2019 16:22, Zalth via samba wrote:
> Hoping some can help me with this. Rowland misthinks it. I'm looking for a commandline way to extract the config variables that are actually being used in a running instance. For example if I run testparm, it claims to offer a dump of "service definitions" in the smb.conf. But it is not complete when compared to smb.conf. Moreover, I can just read the smb.conf to get those. I'd like to see the config extracted from a running instance, not from the smb.conf file.
No I don't, but if you really want to see your entire smb.conf (which
will not help you), run 'testparm -v -s'
Then do what I asked you to do, post your smb.conf as on disk.
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