[Samba] IDMAP Cache
- Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2018 13:40:56 +0200
- From: Meike Stone via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Samba] IDMAP Cache
Hello dear list,
I have running a Samba 3 server (under SLES11) connected to an
LDAP-Server and it is running well.
But now, I like to migrate to Samba 4 and I've made a few tests before.
The whole time I with Samba 3, I was surprised about the many ldap requests so
that I thought about an additional local OpenLDAP proxy cache.
But now with Samba 4 (with the same configuration like Samba 3,
SLES12) the IDMAP
requests are cached in a local tdb (gencache.tdb).
I can check the local cache "net cache list". While the list on Samba 3 is
empty, with Samba 4 there are a lot of IDMAP entires.
No winbind is running.
- Is this cache configurable (TTL, ...) - I've nothing found?
- Does the cache configuration and functional principle
differ between Samba 3 and 4?
- How to debug this?
- Why only the cache under Samba 4 is working?
my configuration (same for Samba 3 and 4):
workgroup = Samba
map to guest = Bad User
security = user
server string = Server1
max protocol = SMB2
deadtime = 600
load printers = no
printcap name = /dev/null
disable spoolss = yes
ldap admin dn = uid=sambauser,o=some,c=domain
passdb backend = ldapsam:"ldap://ldap01.some.domain"
ldap suffix = cn=samba,o=some,c=domain
ldap user suffix = cn=accounts
ldap group suffix = cn=groups
ldap passwd sync = No
log level = 255
syslog = 0
path = /daten/share1
comment = share1
writeable = yes
browseable = no
nt acl support = no
inherit permissions = yes
store dos attributes = yes
csc policy = disable
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