[Samba] Questions on DRS replicate command
jrope at linagora.com
Tue Mar 26 16:10:13 UTC 2019
Thanks for your feedback.
Here are some more information :
- what version of samba you're using.
- the actual error you're getting (e.g. a python exception?).
This is a timeout error in samba-tool
I've not seen it myself, but from the description, it looks like an
exception raised from the samba-tool script.
- the exact options you're passing to the command, e.g. are you using
samba-tool drs replicate DC2 DC1 dc=samdom,dc=example,dc=com
We're note using "--local"
- roughly how many records are in your DB.
There are more than 25000 objects
Le 25/03/2019 à 21:47, Tim Beale a écrit :
> We fixed a similar problem with the join command in v4.10 - see
> I think we've done some testing recently around 'samba-tool drs
> replicate' on large DBs without problems. So it might help if you tell us:
> - what version of samba you're using.
> - the actual error you're getting (e.g. a python exception?).
> - the exact options you're passing to the command, e.g. are you using
> - roughly how many records are in your DB.
> 1. It depends a bit on what command options you specified.
> 2. The command should wait until replication completes, unless you use
> the --async-op option.
> 3. Not sure. Maybe try 'samba-tool drs showrepl'?
> On 26/03/19 5:10 AM, Julien Ropé via samba wrote:
>> I have some question about the command "samba-tool drs replicate"
>> On a server with a big number of objects to synchronize, the command
>> makes a timeout error. Now it looks like the sync actually occurs.
>> I also see that there is an option to make the command asynchronous
>> (not waiting for the result of the replication), but then I'm not sure
>> how to confirm the process is complete and successful.
>> 1) when the replication is synchronous, if the timeout occurs, is it
>> actually interrupted or is it just the client side tool that gives up
>> waiting for an answer ?
>> 2) when you know the replication is going to be long, can you ask the
>> command to wait for the end (no timeout) ?
>> 3) when you use the --async-op option, how can you check when the
>> command is complete ? Can you get a status for it, making sure it has
>> actually succeeded ?
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