Ulrich.Windl at rz
Apr 26, 2012, 11:29 PM
>>> Andrew Beekhof <andrew [at] beekhof> schrieb am 27.04.2012 um 03:37 in Nachricht
<CAEDLWG0eas2g9nnOYbLuszNHNq7TCYvX4vfrFT0op485qV4WdA [at] mail>:
> On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 8:38 AM, Serge Dubrouski <sergeyfd [at] gmail> wrote:
> > On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 4:28 PM, Seth Galitzer <sgsax [at] ksu> wrote:
> >> On 04/25/2012 05:12 PM, Dimitri Maziuk wrote:
> >> > On 04/25/2012 03:53 PM, Seth Galitzer wrote:
> >> >> Can anybody point me to recent docs on how to go about setting this up?
> >> >> I've found several much older posts, but not much current with any
> >> >> kind of helpful detail.
> >> >
> >> > If you're running active/passive DRBD, it's what the wiki page calls
> >> > "mounted on one node at a time". That one's simple: use drbdlinks to
> >> > keep everything incl. /etc/samba on the drbd filesystem and fire up smbd
> >> > and nmbd after drbdlinks -- pretty much like any other daemon backed by
> >> > drbd storage.
> >> >
> >> I see how that will get all the locking and user data and that should be
> >> easy enough to configure. But I'm also doing ADS integration instead of
> >> winbind, and that also seems to be a problem as only one node can be
> >> joined to the AD at a time, even with a shared IP. Any suggestions for
> >> that?
> > Currently there is no official RA for smbd and nmbd daemons.
> Really? I thought tim had one. He was heavily into samba at one point.
I guess the problem is with the Samba configuration (and "database") files: The LSB scripts use the usual paths. You could use symlinks to redirect those files, but that's not nice to manage. You could write a modified LSB script, or you could use CTDB. I preferred that last solution. Did I miss something important?
> > You can try to
> > create one, and include joining domain there into a stat function, though I
> > don't need why you'd need it because AFAIK "join domain" is a one time
> > action unless you want to re-register your server in the domain.
> > So you can try to "anything" RA to control smbd and nmbd daemons, or you
> > can use LSB samba agent for that.
> > Also if you want just Samba you probably don't need exportfs and nfsd.
> >> Thanks.
> >> Seth
> >> --
> >> Seth Galitzer
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> >> sgsax [at] ksu
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