[Samba] Upgrade a self-compiled DC to a repository version
camjesus2 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 11 14:49:18 UTC 2022
Hello Rowland thanks for your help.
So, at a certain point I'll have a mix of 4.16 and 4.13 DC's until both
DC's are upgraded and replicated. Is this safe to do online? Or do I need
to "stop the press"?
Rowland Penny via samba <samba at lists.samba.org> escreveu no dia sexta,
11/11/2022 à(s) 13:14:
> On 11/11/2022 12:51, Carlos Jesus via samba wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I think I've seen this addressed on the mailing list before, but I can't
> > seem to find it so, any help will be appreciated.
> > I have 2 DC's Debian Buster based with Samba-ad-dc self compiled to
> > 4.13.12. One is a physical machine the other is a VM on different
> > At that time (samba 4.4) self compiling seemed like a good idea, but now
> > I'd like to move to a repository based version (it seems Van Bell's repo
> > not an option anymore, hope he's doing well). Buster backport it is then.
> > The plan is to move to 4.14, then 4.15 then 4.16 on a weekly plan to
> > all is well.
> > The question is, how to do it?
> > * Just adding backports to sources.list and apt update/ apt install samba
> > is most probably not an option.
> > * Running a full
> > is probably the safer path.
> > * Just keep self compiling stuff if nothing else works.
> > Any clues/references?
> > Best regards,
> > Carlos
> I would create a new DC running bullseye and samba from backports, join
> this to the domain and when you are sure everything is working correctly
> (replication etc), demote one of the old DC's. Repeat for all your other
> existing DC's.
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