[Samba] replication fails
rpenny at samba.org
Wed Mar 13 15:16:22 UTC 2019
On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 16:02:20 +0100
"L.P.H. van Belle via samba" <samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> Greetings drama queen Stefan.... ;-) hehe :-))
> Yes, wait..
> Or reboot DC1, wait 5-10 min reboot DC2, wait 5-10 min.
> The waiting can be shorter is the AD is not so big.
> I suggest you have a look at this. (Rowland, look away... ;-))
Too late, I looked ;-)
> A sample for a systemd setup, i'm working towards Debian Buster now,
> see : https://release.debian.org/
> [2019-Mar-12] Bits from the Release Team: Debian 10 'buster' is
> frozen; let's get it in shape
> This shows the change to systemd-networkd ( and timedate and
> timesyncd and resolv.conf setup )
> Get this script:
> The script does not change anything to your system, so its really
> save to use/test with it.
> - It allows you to easy switch to a systemd-networkd setup and the
> script wil explain things for you.
> - It looks up the current settings and generated a systemd network
> file for you. The file is placed in the folder you run this.
> - Its focused on LAN and ipv4 only, member and AD-DC servers in a
> - It does backup the files : /etc/network/interfaces
> and /etc/resolv.conf
> - It generates the file : lan-addc-dev-eth0.network or
> lan-member-dev-eth0.network Interface eth0 wil change to your systems
> its own interface automaticly.
> Config assumes the following for AD-DC
> The server has 1 ip, 1 search domain and also the DNS and TIME
> Config assumes the following for a member:
> This server has 1 ip, 1 search domain and AD-DC's are also the DNS
> and TIME servers.
> And these servers are in a LAN and no ipv6 is used.
> Tested on Debian 9 servers.
> Improvements, suggestions, well its on github..
> Or pm me.
If systemd is so good, why do you have to jump through hoops to get
something to work correctly ?
Not knocking systemd, if you want to use it, then OK, but it isn't for
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