[Samba] Crash on "samba-tool domain level raise --domain-level=2016 --forest-level=2016"
fabio.fantoni at m2r.biz
Mon Aug 28 12:23:39 UTC 2023
Il 28/08/2023 12:57, Rowland Penny via samba ha scritto:
> On Mon, 28 Aug 2023 12:43:24 +0200
> Fabio Fantoni <fabio.fantoni at m2r.biz> wrote:
>> here some conf files if needed:
>>> less /etc/resolv.conf
>>> domain M2R.LOCAL
>>> search M2R.LOCAL
>>> nameserver 127.0.0.1
>>> nameserver 184.108.40.206
> Just some comments on your resolv.conf:
> domain and search are mutually exclusive, last one wins, you only need
> you should use the DCs ipaddress, not 127.0.0.1 , so the correct first
> nameserver line should be:
> nameserver 192.168.1.202
thanks for the informations, I never had issue with localhost for what I
remember, anyway I changed it
I also retried the domain raise command but nothing changed
> I hope that '.local' is just sanitisation for the correct TLD, if it
> really is '.local', then I suggest you turn off Bonjour and Avahi
> everywhere on your network, '.local' is reserved for mdns.
if I remember good many years ago microsoft advised to use ".local" for
domains without an "real webdomain" assigned (for use on LAN), only
years later i saw that microsoft changed idea and instead said the
opposite, anyway ".local" was still used and also recommended by someone
in some cases. so I hadn't given it weight, now instead I did a search
after your email I see that in fact many say that ".local" should not be
used and it is absurd that someone still recommends it.
changing existing domains I think is problematic, or I'm wrong? ".local"
I also saw it still seems to be used even in recent domains :(
is there any problem having it relating to domain functions itself?
for new domains what should be done when there isn't "webdomain"
(registered domain) assigned?
thanks for any reply and sorry for my bad english
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