[Samba] Questions about samba upgrade
trenta.sis at gmail.com
Thu Sep 12 10:56:46 UTC 2019
Recently I have upgraded a single server 4.4.5 to 4.10.7 with in-place
method and all seems to works fine.
Can you give detail what are this advantages to upgrade with rejoins
about database, performance (index recreated?), stability, dbcheck...
what are the realadvantages and disadvantages to evaluate in our case
what is the best method
To rejoin I think with this steps:
- fsmo transfer
- demote dc1
- delete old folder samba on dc1
- join dc1 with smae parameters used to join dc2 to 4.4.5
Thanks for all you help!
Missatge de Trenta sis <trenta.sis at gmail.com> del dia dj., 12 de set.
2019 a les 11:13:
> I'm making tests to migrate our actual 4.4.5 to a latest versions and
> add a second dc.
> I have added a second dc with 4.10.7 and seems to work fine, now I
> have 4.4.5 with fsmo roles and a second dn with 4.10.7, but reading
> wiki https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Upgrading_a_Samba_AD_DC seems
> that since latest days some changes about steps to upgrade, now seems
> that is recommended to us in-place for 4.4.5
> Update one Samba AD DC that does not hold any flexible single master
> operations (FSMO) role, or else the DC with the least roles.
> For upgrading to a new release, most users should simply follow the
> 'in-place upgrade' steps above.
> Advanced users upgrading to a new major release may want to consider
> using the 'DC rejoin' steps below.
> Joining a DC to domain can be a troublesome process for some users,
> and it can be difficult to recover your DC if something goes wrong.
> Only consider using this approach if you are an advanced Samba user,
> and are running a modern Samba installation (i.e. v4.7 release or
> later, with a minimum 2008R2 base schema). Only use this approach for
> major Samba version upgrades (e.g. v4.10 to v4.11).
> But also appears that is best to use join:
> Rejoining the upgraded DC has some benefits for your AD database over
> in-place upgrades. --> What are these benefit?
> Anybody can give detail about advantages and disadvantages about two methods?
> what is the recommended in my case, 4.4.5, 1 dc and I need to migrate
> to 2 dc, both with 4.10.7
> Also I like to have an alternatives option/backup in caise of failure,
> can I do a snapshot of 4.4.5 samba server with samba stopped, before
> migrate and join new servers,... and in caise of any error revert to
> this snapshot? All machines and users will work If I have to revert to
> this previious state? I understand that new users/machines added after
> machine will be lost
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