[Samba] SID mapping: Samba and SSSD
rpenny at samba.org
Thu Sep 3 20:41:03 UTC 2020
On 03/09/2020 21:09, Johan Hattne via samba wrote:
> On 2020-09-03 10:43, Rowland penny via samba wrote:
>> On 03/09/2020 18:04, Johan Hattne via samba wrote:
>>> Dear all;
>>> Would anybody be able to tell me what the idmap configuration is to
>>> have Samba do the same SID-to-user/group mapping as the SSSD
>>> defaults? I was convinced I saw it on this list or the wiki not too
>>> long ago, but I cannot seem to find it.
>>> // Best wishes; Johan
>> If you mean the large numbers that sssd seems to use, then that is
>> probably not possible with Samba. From my understanding, sssd uses an
>> algorithm that uses a combination of the domain SID and the
>> user/group RID to calculate the Unix ID, or it uses the RFC2307
>> attributes. Samba calculates from the user/group RID + the lower
>> range you set in smb.conf, or it uses the RFC2307 attributes.
>> Can I ask why you asked ?
> This is an inherited environment originally set up with SSSD which I'd
> like to migrate it to winbindd. If I could find a way to match the
> UIDs and GIDs, that would save some time.
> I believe that what I see so far matches what Andrew describes: for
> some UID ranges, SSSD and winbind's autorid agree for others not.
> From this thread I gather the reason I did not find what I was
> initially looking for is that I had only imagined its existence.
> Thanks a lot for all your replies!
> // Cheers; Johan
I sort of thought that was the problem ;-)
What you could do is, set up a new fileserver using winbind with the
same shares etc and then copy the files across from the sssd machine,
this should get you the same ownerships etc.
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