[Samba] Samba-AD in Docker
samba at lindenberg.one
Mon Aug 7 09:08:42 UTC 2023
Hello Anantha, Michael,
IIRC this is somewhat optimistic or a secret sausage. For sure I´d also be interested in running a Samba AD DC in docker (or kubernetes) but never got so far. When I asked last time, some users reported to run Samba AD DC in LXC or LXD, which in my perception is not on par with docker or kubernetes. One of the reasons I recall is, that the life cycle of a DC and the number of services doesn´t really match the one service/one process/one container paradigm.
Afaik the Dockerfile-s included in the bootstrap directory only define compile-time-dependencies. Afaik there is no build taking place and no runtime equivalent.
Noel pointed to gitlab using docker containers for build and test, but I haven´t been able yet to digest how this works. All hits I looked at when searching samba wiki appear to be related to that usage, none to production usage.
If anyone uses docker or kubernetes containers in production, I definitely would like to see how. For both Samba-AD-DC as well as file servers.
Von: samba <samba-bounces at lists.samba.org> Im Auftrag von Michael Tokarev via samba
Gesendet: Sonntag, 6. August 2023 11:10
An: Anantha Raghava H A <raghav at exzatech.net>; samba <samba at lists.samba.org>
Betreff: Re: [Samba] Samba-AD in Docker
06.08.2023 11:21, Anantha Raghava H A via samba wrote:
> In the samba 4.18.5 source, while installing pre-requisite packages
> using boothstrap.sh file, in the same folder, I saw the Dockerfile. Can I safely assume that the Samba AD can actually run in Docker?
Samba ad just needs the file system in one way or another (even not necessary capable of xattrs, - tdb module can be used to store these) and a network.
It can run in a container just fine, and many people run it that way. It doesn't even need full-blown (docker or OS) container, it can run in a separate network namespace from regular filesystem/OS (with data directories bind-mounted into the right places).
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