[Samba] steps for fileserver replacement
- Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2017 21:54:21 +0200
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- Subject: [Samba] steps for fileserver replacement
In the near future we are going to replace our current fileserver
(domain member server in a samba4 AD) with new hardware, and new fresh
debian 9 installation.
I don't want to upgrade the old installation, but completely reinstall.
So, should it simply work to:
- install the new machine with a random temp name / ip
- make it also a domain member server (under the temp name)
- configure winbind for nsswitch AD uid/gid on new server
- turn off samba on the old server (to prevent client access)
- rsync the user files from the old to the new server
- make sure file/dir ownerships/permissions match the old server
- turn off the old server
- put the old server ip on the new server
- put old server hostname on the new server
- adjust smb.conf for the new hostname
- rejoin domain with the new hostname
- restart the new machine
And, since the new server has now the same ip / dns / netbios name as
the old server, should all GPO (drive mappings) 'just work' as if
nothing was changed?
Or if there is a (wiki) doc on this, kindly point me to it, as I
couldn't find it...
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