Re: [Samba] Centos 7 AD domain provision won't create named.conf
- Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2018 10:08:44 +0200
- From: Kacper Wirski via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [Samba] Centos 7 AD domain provision won't create named.conf
I think the author meant named.conf that is to be "included" into to
main named.conf. And he's right, that in samba 4.8.3 all bind related
files are not in /samba/private, as it used to, but rather in
/samba/bind-dns (named.keytab, named.conf that is to be included and all
other bind related files).
So he's right, that file "named.conf" that used to appear in
samba/private/ no longer appears there, as it was previously :).
Unless he meant full named.conf, than of course it should be in
/etc/named.conf on centos and you ought to manually add the include line
and tkey... line for secure updates.
W dniu 03.07.2018 o 10:04, Rowland Penny via samba pisze:
On Mon, 2 Jul 2018 16:45:09 -0700
Alberto Moreno via samba <samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm preparing my migration from samab NT4 style to AD.
I had follow some papers about, exist 1 step that I still don't if is
right or don't.
A lot of site show that once we run the command:
samba-tool domain provision ...
This step will create a named.conf inside ./private/named.conf
Close, but wrong ;-)
What webpage are you following ?
Whichever it is, STOP and read this:
Yes, a 'named.conf' is created, but it is NOT the main named.conf, it
is one that needs to be included in your main named.conf.
Towards the end of the provision command output, you should find a line
similar to this:
See /var/lib/samba/private/named.conf for an example configuration
include file for BIND
This will show you where the file is and you will need to add a line to
your named conf files:
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