[Samba] Updates wanting to uninstall Samba on member server
foren at asche-rz.de
Fri Nov 4 10:50:13 UTC 2022
Michael is totally correct. I had several month ago experimented on this
server with Louis pinning script after he has changed his late
repository to Samba 4.16 and Debian backports.
I didn't thaught this would haunt me some days later, but I forgot to
delete one file which has done pinning for several files.
After deletion now the update process runs correct again...
Sorry again for that bother...
Michael Tokarev via samba schrieb am 04.11.2022 um 10:46:
> 03.11.2022 22:57, Ingo Asche via samba wrote:
>> I'm using apticron to get informed of updates. Today I got informed
>> from one of my DCs that there are five packages can be updated from
>> Message from "apt list --upgradable":
>> Listing... Done
>> libtalloc2/bullseye-backports 2.3.4-2~bpo11+1 arm64 [upgradable from:
>> libtdb1/bullseye-backports 1.4.7-2~bpo11+1 arm64 [upgradable from:
>> Message from "apt full-upgrade":
>> Reading package lists... Done
>> Building dependency tree... Done
>> Reading state information... Done
>> Calculating upgrade... Done
>> The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer
>> bind9-dnsutils ibverbs-providers libboost-thread1.74.0 libbrotli-dev
>> libcephfs2 libcups2 libfreetype-dev libgfapi0 libgfrpc0 libgfxdr0
>> libglusterfs0 libibverbs1 libpng-dev libpng-tools librados2
>> liburing1 python3-dnspython python3-gpg python3-ldb python3-markdown
>> python3-pygments python3-requests-toolbelt python3-yaml
>> samba-vfs-modules tdb-tools zlib1g-dev
>> Use 'apt autoremove' to remove them.
>> The following packages will be REMOVED:
>> libnss-winbind libpam-winbind python3-samba python3-talloc
>> python3-tdb samba
>> samba-common-bin winbind
>> The following packages will be upgraded:
>> libtalloc2 libtdb1
>> 2 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 8 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
>> Need to get 77.7 kB of archives.
>> After this operation, 47.4 MB disk space will be freed.
>> Do you want to continue? [Y/n]
>> Any ideas on that?
> This was a mis-configuration of priority pinning in /etc/apt/preferences
> of some sort. It works without any preferences file correctly out of
> the box.
> My guess about incomplete debian backports archive was wrong.
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