[Samba] problems with sysvol after fsmo transfer
rpenny at samba.org
Thu Jan 12 13:03:54 UTC 2023
On 12/01/2023 12:51, Rowland Penny via samba wrote:
> On 12/01/2023 12:28, Thorsten Marquardt via samba wrote:
>> Okay back to the start an I try again. This time role by role. Here I
>> don't get timeouts (why do they come up with role=all ?) and I'm not
>> prompted for password of DOMAIN\root
> You should never get prompted for the password for 'DOMAIN\root', if you
> do, then you doing something wrong or something has gone wrong.
>> (what happens when transferring the *dns roles):
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # klist
>> Ticket cache: DIR::/run/user/0/krb5cc/tkt
> What OS is this ?
>> Default principal: administrator at MY.LOCAL.DOM
>> Valid starting Expires Service principal
>> 12.01.2023 12:57:56 12.01.2023 22:57:56 krbtgt/MY.LOCAL.DOM at MY.LOCAL.DOM
>> renew until 13.01.2023 12:57:54
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # samba-tool fsmo transfer --role=rid -k yes
>> FSMO transfer of 'rid' role successful
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # samba-tool fsmo transfer --role=pdc -k yes
>> FSMO transfer of 'pdc' role successful
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # samba-tool fsmo transfer --role=naming -k yes
>> FSMO transfer of 'naming' role successful
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # samba-tool fsmo transfer --role=infrastructure -k yes
>> FSMO transfer of 'infrastructure' role successful
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # samba-tool fsmo transfer --role=schema -k yes
>> FSMO transfer of 'schema' role successful
>> srv-kb-dc1:~ # samba-tool fsmo transfer --role=domaindns -k yes
>> ERROR(<type 'exceptions.AttributeError'>): uncaught exception -
>> 'module' object has no attribute 'drs_utils'
> That is something different, you appear to be missing a python module
> and I haven't seen that for a few years, what version of Samba is this?
>> File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/samba/netcmd/__init__.py",
And then after my last post I noticed something I missed before.
Whatever version of Samba is in use, it is that old it is still using
Okay, find a file called 'fsmo.py' and open it in your favourite editor.
Scroll down to the line 'from samba.auth import system_session', beneath
that line, add a new line:
Close and save the file.
Your error should now go away.
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