[Samba] Samba winbind on redhat 7
eguigne at pasteur-cayenne.fr
Thu Jun 20 16:54:24 UTC 2019
My idea is to replace default "cifs_idmap_sss.so" plugin by "idmapwb.so"
winbind plugin, in order to SSSD becomes a client of winbind.
To avoid to change nsswitch.conf :
passwd: files sss
shadow: files sss
group: files sss
passwd: files winbind
shadow: files winbind
group: files winbind
because I need an other access in sftp, this is using default sssd.
I tried mix copnfiguration like :
passwd: files sss winbind (or files winbind sss)
shadow: files sss winbind (or files winbind sss)
group: files sss winbind (or files winbind sss)
which gave poor result, very slow access to the share especially when
click on security tab on windows 7.
Le 20/06/2019 à 13:32, Rowland penny via samba a écrit :
> On 20/06/2019 17:19, Edouard Guigné via samba wrote:
>> I am reading RHEL 7 docs concerning samba integration, and I found
>> "4.2.4. Switching Between SSSD and Winbind for SMB Share Access
>> This procedure describes how you can switch between SSSD and Winbind
>> plug-ins that are used for accessing SMB shares from SSSD clients. "
>> Who is responsible for the developpement of the "Winbind plug-in"
>> used for accessing SMB shares from SSSD clients ?
>> Samba team or RHEL SSSD team ?
>> Best Regards,
> Bit lost here, it says you need cifs-utils for winbind to access SMB
> shares, must be a different cifs-utils to the Debian one that is used
> to mount shares.
> If it is an sssd plug-in, then it will be developed by Red-Hat.
> What are you trying to achieve ?
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