Re: [Samba] Samba 4.7rc4. (Debian Stretch Amd64 packages/sources available)
- Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2017 12:15:49 +0200
- From: "L.P.H. van Belle via samba" <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba 4.7rc4. (Debian Stretch Amd64 packages/sources available)
First, thank you for the very quick reply.
> > When a higer samba version is added? or when the dc with
> FSMO DC is upgrade?
> > I know its against recommendations to run different
> versions of the DC's.
> The DB of the new domain will be in a slightly new (but backward
> compatible) format. The domain isn't upgraded. We may have
> a functional level upgrade tool in the future, but currently
> all Samba domains (at the same FL from provision time) are
> essentially the same across versions since 4.0.2 (or so).
Great that helps a lot, then i can safely make the debian heimdal package and add a new 4.7 ADDC.
I want the multi threaded support :-))
> > > On your configure line:
> > >
> > > > --with python2,python3
> > To my believe, it do what i says, --with python2,python3
> enable python 2 and 3 support.
> I think you want:
Yes, i did see that option but i want not sure, im setting that then when needed.
> > I hoped to be safe with this, keep python2 support and enable 3 also.
> > Jessie also had 2.7 and 3.4 but it defaults to 2.7.
> > The debian wiki is a bit unclear about stretch 2.7 and 3.5 but the
> > default is left out. :-( https://wiki.debian.org/Python
> > If im interpeting that wrong, then i would like to know the preffered
> > python for samba 4.7 (python 2.7 or 3.5) I saw on technical some thing
> > going to python 3 but this debian build still used 2.7.
> > So im bit unclear about this.
> Python 2 is the only supported python for the AD DC. Python
> 3 support is under development, and supports some things,
> particularly for FreeIPA.
Ah, new thing learn here, i didnt know only python 2 supports AD DC.
Is it still advisable to enable the python3, or just stick to 2.7 and wait for samba to be fully ready.
Do we missing features if i dont enable python3.
What you do guys preffer, enable both, or only 2.7 ( and dont take debian in this )
I want a pure developers mind set. What helps the best for you guys?
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