[Samba] SPN and case sensitivity on LMDB backend
garming at catalyst.net.nz
Wed Mar 13 22:28:41 UTC 2019
There's a bug filed here:
The issue isn't related to LMDB, it was introduced in 4.8 with a change
to our indexing scheme (although that was done in part for the new
database backend). There's still only a half-finished patchset, which
doesn't seem to pass all the tests.
On 14/03/19 10:34 AM, Denis Cardon via samba wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> samba-tool dbcheck --reindex
> ../ldb_tdb/ldb_index.c:2352: duplicate attribute value in
> CN=WSTEST,OU=vm,OU=computers,OU=test,DC=ad,DC=test,DC=it for index on
> servicePrincipalName, duplicate of objectGUID
> 4c723426-73f8-4991-bf95-88eb57840c2c in
> Looking at the computer entry, I indeed have thoses two SPN (notice
> the case of hostname).
> servicePrincipalName: TERMSRV/WSTEST.ad.test.it
> servicePrincipalName: TERMSRV/wstest.ad.test.it
> Looking at documentation from Microsoft: "Service Principal Names
> (SPNs) are not case sensitive when used by Microsoft Windows-based
> computers. However, an SPN can be used by any type of computer system.
> Many of these computer systems, especially UNIX-based systems, are
> case-sensitive and require the proper case to function properly. Care
> should be taken to use the proper case particularly when an SPN can be
> used by a non-Windows-based computer."
> So I don't know if it is the dbcheck or the SPN which is wrong. Those
> two SPN have been produced automatically by a Windows workstation. I
> don't know if it is the OS upgrade from the client (win7 to win10) or
> if it is the upgrade of Samba (4.8 TDB to 4.9 LMDB) that created this
> discrepancy, but it is there...
> Cleaning up the SPN remove the dbcheck error. Should I fill a bugzilla
> entry for this?
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