[Samba] 'samba-tool testparm --section' bugs?
rpenny at samba.org
Tue Sep 24 18:41:44 UTC 2019
On 24/09/2019 19:20, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> G'Day Rowland,
> Regardless of the use case, both tools should parse the file quite
> successfully. The only exceptions I'm aware of are:
> - the 'registry' configuration, which is only known about by
> - include statements that use % modifiers. Again, these only work in
> the file server and so are only known about by testparm.
> Otherwise, if there is a behaviour difference it is a bug that should
> be fixed.
> Andrew Bartlett
Good Evening Andrew,
Yes both tools should parse the smb.conf, but it is a matter of horses
for courses ;-)
If you use just 'testparm' on a DC, you will get a different result than
if you use 'samba-tool testparm'.
If you use 'samba-tool testparm' on a Unix domain member, it throws an
Yes, this probably is a bug, it probably should print something like 'Do
not use most of the samba-tool subcommands on a Unix domain member'
Easiest way out of this (well for me anyway, seeing as I cannot seem to
get patches into Samba), advise users to use samba-tool only on a DC.
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