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Re: [Samba] Sending election packet . . .




On Thu, 28 Jun 2018 09:59:12 +0200
Micha Ballmann via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello Community,
> 
> i have a fileserver as domain member.
> 
> today i found some weird log entries in log.nmbd:
> 
> [2018/06/28 09:25:53.700507,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.102.149
> [2018/06/28 09:25:53.700618,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.105.149
> [2018/06/28 09:25:53.700710,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.20.149
> [2018/06/28 09:30:55.987230,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.102.149
> [2018/06/28 09:30:55.987360,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.105.149
> [2018/06/28 09:30:55.987439,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.20.149
> [2018/06/28 09:35:55.130375,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.102.149
> [2018/06/28 09:35:55.130514,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.105.149
> [2018/06/28 09:35:55.130563,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.20.149
> [2018/06/28 09:41:00.483412,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.102.149
> [2018/06/28 09:41:00.483554,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.105.149
> [2018/06/28 09:41:00.483608,  2] 
> ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)
>    send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup
> DOMAINNAME on subnet 192.168.20.149
> 
> Here is my smb.conf:
> 
> [global]
>          security = ads
>          realm = DOMAINNAME .DE
>          workgroup = DOMAINNAME
>          idmap config *:backend = tdb
>          idmap config *:range = 2000-9999
>          idmap config DOMAINNAME :backend = ad
>          idmap config DOMAINNAME :schema_mode = rfc2307
>          idmap config DOMAINNAME :range = 10000-999999
>          winbind enum users = yes
>          winbind enum groups = yes
>          winbind cache time = 10
>          winbind use default domain = yes
>          client use spnego = yes
>          encrypt passwords = yes
>          restrict anonymous = 2
>          domain master = no
>          local master = no
>          preferred master = no
>          os level = 0
>          vfs objects = acl_xattr
>          map acl inherit = yes
>          store dos attributes = yes
>          log level = 2
> 
> Occurs this problem because i set "domain master = no". I hope you
> can help. Thy very much.
> 
> with best regards
> 
> 

> 

No. it isn't because you set 'domain master = no', it is because you
have set 'log level = 2'.

If you look at the code the log is pointing you at:

../source3/nmbd/nmbd_elections.c:41(send_election_dgram)

You will find this:

	DEBUG(2,("send_election_dgram: Sending election packet for workgroup %s on subnet %s\n",
		workgroup_name, subrec->subnet_name ));

This means that if 'log level' is to '2' or above, log the message, so
if you want the messages to go away, set 'log level' to '0'

Rowland

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