[Samba] Some Ubuntu stations can't logon when I upgraded Samba DC
denis.morejon at etecsa.cu
Thu Mar 19 15:43:33 UTC 2020
I have two DCs with debian 10 and Samba 4.7.4 working find. In my
network, I have different OSs workstations: W7, W10, Ubuntu and Mint.
They have been log-in every day without problem. And samba-tool dbcheck
returns no error on both DCs.
As the Samba version is too old, I wanted to upgrade first from 4.7.4 to
4.7.12 using the source code.
Just as I did last time I compiled the 4.7.4.
I stopped Samba on both DCs, compiled the new version (4.7.12) with no
error on both DCs.
Then I started Samba on both DCs and typed this on DC1:
samba-tool dbcheck --cross-ncs --fix
This time some objects were fixed automatically.
I ran this command in the second DC too.
I typed this command for the second time and It returned 0 error.
I restarted Samba service on both DC without problems.
But, as result, some Ubuntu workstations couldn't logon again
The user's password was right because we have a web to probe users using ldap. Even, we logon the user
on other Windows machines and they logon ok.
What should be happening ?
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