24.7.14

vbox USB on openSUSE

We need this file:
/etc/udev/rules.d/60-vboxdrv.rules

to contain (uncommented):
KERNEL=="vboxdrv", NAME="vboxdrv", OWNER="root", GROUP="root", MODE="0600"
#these lines below give access permission to vboxusers to properly work with usb nodes, but enabling them could be security risk (bnc#664520) !!

SUBSYSTEM=="usb_device", ACTION=="add", RUN+="VBoxCreateUSBNode.sh $major $minor $attr{bDeviceClass} vboxusers"

SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ACTION=="add", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", RUN+="VBoxCreateUSBNode.sh $major $minor $attr{bDeviceClass} vboxusers"

SUBSYSTEM=="usb_device", ACTION=="remove", RUN+="VBoxCreateUSBNode.sh --remove $major $minor"

SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ACTION=="remove", ENV{DEVTYPE}=="usb_device", RUN+="VBoxCreateUSBNode.sh --remove $major $minor"

(careful: the lines have wrapped)

19.7.14

facebook

The Koala. On Facebook since 2009
Ladies. New iPad? Someone put Facebook on it for you? Yes to both? Great! So why not post a picture of a cuddly animal such a kitten? Or several pictures of your grandchildren?

Tomorrow, how about a picture of a pair of shoes? Put some text, I love these shoes. Don't forget to put shoes, though.

If you've really advanced and know how to 'do videos', why not go for something that's already really popular on You Tube?

13.7.14

samba4 cluster for AD : DRBD ocfs2 CTDB

With proper DC fail-over just around the corner, we turn our attention to that most neglected of forest workhorses: the file server. We've always wanted another file server for our domain, mainly for peace of mind. DFS was no good in a domain with windows and Linux workstations. It just had to be HA.

In true open source style, getting started in HA is strictly rocket scientists only. Documentation: apart from the excellent plain English drbd guide if it isn't out of date, there are bits missing and essential detail is assumed. So beware. The learning curve is steep and beginner support almost non existent. Anyway, let's have a go. If you can build a Samba4 DC from source, you can do this, it says here.

aim
To build a 2 node cluster. Both nodes up. One fails, the other takes over. Simple.

diagram
All cluster articles have to have an unintelligible diagram with lines, arrows and IP addresses all over the place. So here's the only one which made any sense to us; from the DRBD link.

easy to understand 2 node cluster

As we understand it, we have smbd running on node 1. If that fails, both the ip and the smbd process will be transferred to node 2. We have a mirrored disk between the two.







dramatis personae
- an AD domain
- 2 spare computers
- 4 network interface cards
- a crossover cable
- 2 straight cables
- a table with everything close by
- 2 spare disks

Connect the first network card on each node to the switch using the straight cables. Connect crossover cable between the second 2 cards. Some detect the type of cable you have attached, others don't. For this post and to obviate the need for me to get the screwdriver out again, I've done it with vms.

overview
Each node has 2 physical ethernet cards. One each is LAN side. These will carry both the physical IP for the node on that subnet and the public IPs, allocated by CTDB, which are used as the IPs for the cluster itself. The other pair carry the synchronisation traffic on a private subnet and are connected with the crossover cable. Both nodes will run smbd and winbind and will be configured with the same netbios name. A third bonding interface must be configured to load balance the actual IP of the node and the domain IPs which the workstations will use when requesting data. The slave interface for the bonding will be the card out to LAN. Unlike the crossover internal network, this interface will not be configured with an IP at operating system level. I think the term is, 'the physical interface is enslaved in the bonded interface'.

domain
We shall join the cluster to the following domain:
hh3.site
DC: hh16, 192.168.1.16

cluster hostnames and addresses
node 1: smb1 192.168.1.82/24 192.168.0.10/24
node 2: smb2 192.168.1.83/24 192.168.0.11/24

interfaces

The 1.x subnet goes out to the LAN, the 0.x is the private crossover.

The physical interfaces are enp0s3 and enp0s8 with bond0 bonded to enp0s3. The latter will carry the fail-over IP over to the domain which will be allocated by CTDB.

This is one place where openSUSE's Yast really saves you time and energy, otherwise it's back to editing files and wondering about the syntax.
On vBox, add another network adapter and connect the cable


and add a 2Gb disk





security
Kill the firewall and apparmor. Work out the ports and files later.

software
We're on openSUSE 13.1. Both nodes have un-provisioned Samba 4.1.9. You need DRBD 8.4. The documentation for 8.3 suggests that this is sufficiently different to matter. On openSUSE 13.1, this meant adding the ha and network:samba repositories. We had problems with CTDB 2.3, but 2.5.3 from the same repo. went in fine. For the file system, forget ext4; it just crashes spectacularly. ocfs2 works fine and screams between the nodes with anything you can throw at it. You also need ocfs2-tools.

configuration
identical ON BOTH nodes unless specified otherwise:

set the only dns to contain:
/etc/resolv.conf
search hh3.site
nameserver 192.168.1.16

/etc/krb5.conf
[libdefaults]
        default_realm = HH3.SITE
        dns_lookup_realm = false
        dns_lookup_kdc = true
        default_ccache_name = /tmp/krb5cc_%{uid}

/etc/hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
192.168.0.10 smb1
192.168.0.11 smb2

/etc/HOSTNAME
node 1: smb1
node 2: smb2

 /etc/drbd.conf
global {
  usage-count yes;
}
common {
  net {
    protocol C;
  }
}

resource r0 {
 handlers {
   split-brain "/usr/lib/drbd/notify-split-brain.sh steve";
     }

net { 
  allow-two-primaries; 
  after-sb-0pri discard-zero-changes;
  after-sb-1pri discard-secondary;
  after-sb-2pri disconnect;
      }
startup { 
  become-primary-on both;
          }
  on smb1 {
    device    /dev/drbd1;
    disk      /dev/sdb1;
    address   192.168.0.10:7789;
    meta-disk internal;
  }
  on smb2 {
    device    /dev/drbd1;
    disk      /dev/sdb1;
    address   192.168.0.11:7789;
    meta-disk internal;
  }
}

/etc/ocfs2/cluster.conf
(make the folder yourself!)
node:
        ip_port = 7777
        ip_address = 192.168.0.10 
        number = 1
        name = smb1
        cluster = ocfs2
node:
        ip_port = 7777
        ip_address = 192.168.0.11 
        number = 2
        name = smb2
        cluster = ocfs2
cluster:
        node_count = 2
        name = ocfs2  

 /etc/ctdb/nodes
192.168.0.10
192.168.0.11

 /etc/ctdb/public_addresses
192.168.1.80/24 bond0
192.168.1.81/24 bond0

chmod +x some stuff:
 /etc/ctdb/events.d/
-rwxr--r-- 1 root root  7713 Jul  4 13:06 10.interface
-rwxr--r-- 1 root root  1102 Jul  4 13:06 11.routing
-rwxr--r-- 1 root root  1070 Jul  4 13:06 49.winbind
-rwxr--r-- 1 root root  3491 Jul  4 13:06 50.samba

/etc/sysconfig/ctdb
CTDB_PUBLIC_ADDRESSES=/etc/ctdb/public_addresses
CTDB_MANAGES_SAMBA=yes
CTDB_SAMBA_SKIP_SHARE_CHECK=yes
CTDB_NFS_SKIP_SHARE_CHECK=yes
CTDB_MANAGES_WINBIND=yes
CTDB_MANAGES_VSFTPD=no
CTDB_MANAGES_ISCSI=no
CTDB_MANAGES_NFS=no
CTDB_MANAGES_HTTPD=no
CTDB_INIT_STYLE=
CTDB_SERVICE_SMB=smb
CTDB_SERVICE_WINBIND=winbind
CTDB_NODES=/etc/ctdb/nodes
CTDB_NOTIFY_SCRIPT=/etc/ctdb/notify.sh
CTDB_DBDIR=/var/lib/ctdb
CTDB_DBDIR_PERSISTENT=/var/lib/ctdb/persistent
CTDB_EVENT_SCRIPT_DIR=/etc/ctdb/events.d
CTDB_SOCKET=/var/lib/ctdb/ctdb.socket
CTDB_TRANSPORT="tcp"
CTDB_MONITOR_FREE_MEMORY=100
CTDB_START_AS_DISABLED="yes"
CTDB_CAPABILITY_RECMASTER=yes
CTDB_CAPABILITY_LMASTER=yes
NATGW_PUBLIC_IP=
NATGW_PUBLIC_IFACE=
NATGW_DEFAULT_GATEWAY=
NATGW_PRIVATE_IFACE=
NATGW_PRIVATE_NETWORK=
NATGW_NODES=/etc/ctdb/natgw_nodes
CTDB_LOGFILE=/var/log/messages
CTDB_DEBUGLEVEL=2
CTDB_OPTIONS=

/etc/samba/smb.conf
[global]
workgroup = HH3
netbios name = SMBCLUSTER
realm = HH3.SITE
security = ADS
kerberos method = secrets only
winbind enum users = Yes
winbind enum groups = Yes
winbind use default domain = Yes
winbind nss info = rfc2307
idmap config * : backend = tdb
idmap config * : range = 19900-19999
idmap config HH3 : backend  = ad
idmap config HH3 : range = 20000-4000000
idmap config HH3 : schema_mode = rfc2307
clustering = Yes
ctdbd socket = /var/lib/ctdb/ctdb.socket
[users]
path = /cluster/users
read only = No
[profiles]
path = /cluster/profiles
read only = No

/etc/nsswitch.conf
passwd: files winbind
group:  files winbind
hosts:  files dns

partition the spare disk
use fdisk or yast to end up with a partition, /dev/sdb1 where:
fdisk -l
gives:
Disk /dev/sda: 12.9 GB, 12884901888 bytes, 25165824 sectors
Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disk label type: dos
Disk identifier: 0x000f1bbc

   Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System

/dev/sda1            2048     1525759      761856   82  Linux swap / Solaris
/dev/sda2   *     1525760    25165823    11820032   83  Linux

Disk /dev/sdb: 2147 MB, 2147483648 bytes, 4194304 sectors

Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disk label type: dos
Disk identifier: 0x000ab2e5

   Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System

/dev/sdb1            2048     4194303     2096128   83  Linux

**If you are on a vm, clone the machine and disk at this stage.

create the drbd metadata
drbdadm create-md r0
writing meta data...
initializing activity log
NOT initialized bitmap
New drbd meta data block successfully created.
Success.

start drbd 
drbd up r0

start the sync
We chose from node 1. This only matters if you have data. If either of your nodes has data and you have not repartitioned, choose that.
node 1:
drbdadm  primary --force r0

Wait until:
cat /proc/drbd
responds with:
version: 8.4.4 (api:1/proto:86-101)
GIT-hash: 3c1f46cb19993f98b22fdf7e18958c21ad75176d build by SuSE Build Service

 1: cs:Connected ro:Secondary/Secondary ds:UpToDate/UpToDate C r-----
monitoring the initial synchronisation













setup ocfs2-tools
/etc/init.d/o2cb configure
Configuring the O2CB driver.

This will configure the on-boot properties of the O2CB driver.
The following questions will determine whether the driver is loaded on
boot.  The current values will be shown in brackets ('[]').  Hitting
<ENTER> without typing an answer will keep that current value.  Ctrl-C
will abort.

Load O2CB driver on boot (y/n) [n]: y
Cluster stack backing O2CB [o2cb]: 
Cluster to start on boot (Enter "none" to clear) []: ocfs2
Specify heartbeat dead threshold (>=7) [31]: 
Specify network idle timeout in ms (>=5000) [30000]: 
Specify network keepalive delay in ms (>=1000) [2000]: 
Specify network reconnect delay in ms (>=2000) [2000]: 
Writing O2CB configuration: OK
Loading filesystem "configfs": OK
Loading stack plugin "o2cb": OK
Loading filesystem "ocfs2_dlmfs": OK
Creating directory '/dlm': OK
Mounting ocfs2_dlmfs filesystem at /dlm: OK
Setting cluster stack "o2cb": OK
Registering O2CB cluster "ocfs2": OK
Setting O2CB cluster timeouts : OK

create the file system on node 1
mkfs -t ocfs2 -N 2 -L stevescluster /dev/drbd1
mkfs.ocfs2 1.8.2
Cluster stack: classic o2cb
Label: ocfs2_drbd01
Features: sparse extended-slotmap backup-super unwritten inline-data strict-journal-super xattr indexed-dirs refcount discontig-bg
Block size: 4096 (12 bits)
Cluster size: 4096 (12 bits)
Volume size: 2146332672 (524007 clusters) (524007 blocks)
Cluster groups: 17 (tail covers 7911 clusters, rest cover 32256 clusters)
Extent allocator size: 4194304 (1 groups)
Journal size: 67108864
Node slots: 2
Creating bitmaps: done
Initializing superblock: done
Writing system files: done
Writing superblock: done
Writing backup superblock: 1 block(s)
Formatting Journals: done
Growing extent allocator: done
Formatting slot map: done
Formatting quota files: done
Writing lost+found: done
mkfs.ocfs2 successful

make a mount point for the cluster on both nodes:
mkdir /cluster

become primary on node 1
drbdadm primary r0

mount the cluster on node 1
mount /dev/drbd1 /cluster

make the samba shares:
mkdir /cluster/users
mkdir /cluster/profiles

join the domain from node 1 only:
net ads join -UAdministrator
Enter Administrator's password:
Using short domain name -- HH3
Joined 'SMBCLUSTER' to dns domain 'hh3.site'
Not doing automatic DNS update in a clustered setup.

on the dc, add the round robin DNS entries
samba-tool dns add hh16 hh3.site smbcluster A 192.168.1.80
samba tool dns add hh16 hh3.site smbcluster A 192.168.1.81
samba-tool dns add hh16 1.168.192.in-addr.arpa 80 PTR smbcluster
samba-tool dns add hh16 1.168.192.in-addr.arpa 81 PTR smbcluster

on node 1, start CTDB (hold on tight!)
systemctl start ctdb && ctdb enable

on the DC, create a domain user, stevec
samba-tool user add stevec
then edit him:
ldbedit -e joe --url=/usr/local/samba/private/sam.ldb cn=stevec
to contain these attributes:
uidNumber: 3000092
gidNumber: 20513
unixHomeDirectory: /home/users/stevec
loginShell: /bin/bash
homeDrive: Z:
homeDirectory: \\smbcluster\users\stevec
profilePath: \\smbcluster\profiles\stevec

set the permissions on the profiles share
chmod 1777 /cluster/profiles

testing
with both nodes primary, mount the disk /dev/drbd1. Here is node 1:
drbdadm up r0
drbdadm primary r0
mount /dev/drbd1 /cluster
mount | grep drbd
/dev/drbd1 on /cluster type ocfs2 (rw,relatime,_netdev,heartbeat=local,nointr,data=ordered,errors=remount-ro,atime_quantum=60,coherency=full,user_xattr,acl)

test the synchronisation by creating a file on node 1 and vica versa

start ctdb
systemctl start ctdb

tail the logs in a second root terminal:
tail -f /var/log/messages

on node 2:
ctdb enable
on node 1:
ctdb enable

node 1 tail:
2014/07/13 08:52:52.755117 [recoverd: 2779]: Takeover run starting
2014/07/13 08:52:53.411916 [ 2614]: Takeover of IP 192.168.1.81/24 on interface bond0
2014-07-13T08:52:54.300701+02:00 smb1 avahi-daemon[384]: Registering new address record for 192.168.1.81 on bond0.IPv4.
2014/07/13 08:52:55.241254 [recoverd: 2779]: Takeover run completed successfully

node 2 responds:
2014/07/13 08:52:30.341070 [recoverd: 2775]: Reenabling takeover runs
2014/07/13 08:52:50.977141 [recoverd: 2775]: Node 0 has changed flags - now 0x0  was 0x4
2014/07/13 08:52:52.750525 [recoverd: 2775]: Disabling takeover runs for 60 seconds
2014/07/13 08:52:52.772956 [ 2611]: Release of IP 192.168.1.81/24 on interface bond0  node:0
2014/07/13 08:52:52.934313 [ 2611]: 10.interface: flock: failed to execute /sbin/iptables: No such file or directory
2014-07-13T08:52:53.272856+02:00 smb2 avahi-daemon[382]: Withdrawing address record for 192.168.1.81 on bond0.
2014/07/13 08:52:55.234398 [recoverd: 2775]: Reenabling takeover runs

check that smbd and winbind are started:
ps aux|grep smbd
root     10360  0.9  1.4  48416  7328 ?        Ss   21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/smbd 
root     10383  0.1  0.6  48416  3360 ?        S    21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/smbd 
ps aux|grep win
root     10322  0.0  0.7  26396  3676 ?        Ss   21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/winbindd
root     10335  0.0  1.0  26496  5276 ?        S    21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/winbindd
root     10361  0.0  0.9  29388  4604 ?        S    21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/winbindd
root     10362  0.0  1.1  32532  5736 ?        S    21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/winbindd

root     10364  0.0  0.8  26436  4092 ?        S    21:18   0:00 /usr/sbin/winbindd

winbind: this looks familiar
id stevec
uid=3000092(stevec) gid=20513(domain users) groups=20513(domain users),19901(BUILTIN\users)
getent group Domain\ Users
domain users:x:20513:
getent passwd stevec

stevec:*:3000092:20513:stevec:/home/users/stevec:/bin/bash


Windows domain clients
stevec on xp served from each of node 1 and node 2
Linux domain clients
To mount the same shares automatically, see our cifs autofs post. To test this manually, don't forget to specify a key for the mount: if you have specified 
kerberos method = system keytab
on your client, you will have a suitable key when you joined the client to the domain BUT NOT on the clustered file servers:
mount.cifs //smbcluster/users /home/users -osec=krb5,username=CATRAL$,multiuser
Where catral is the hostname of a Linux client. In this screenshot, the client is running sssd and began life on node 1.
stevec on a Linux client transparently served from node 2
That should be enough to get you started. It sure beats DFS. We now need to re-add the firewall and apparmor, automate start up and then see if we can break it. I wonder how it will do under load? Then decide if and when we can go public. Maybe we should go the whole hog and add PaceMaker to the mix? Fence wobbly nodes? STONITH it?

30.6.14

anyone for tennis?

just my type
Glastonbury 2014 (or why I prefer Altea)

'...and daddy made us this sort of trolley thingy. It's such terribly good fun. And I dared Philippa to wear red wellies. All the men are admiring her. She's such a daredevil...'

Doesn't Philippa look splendid. Phew, don't mind if I do!

29.6.14

samba4 winbind desperation

intelligence: an expert at work, yesterday
You are most likely here because it just doesn't work. The hobbyists living with their mums have sent you off in all manner of directions and the coders have ignored you. Well, here's something else to try. A check-list. We've had howtos, forums, mailing lists, statistics and damn lies. But never a check-list. So here goes. A check -list.

This is a check-list. It is a check-list for when winbind doesn't work. It is a domain called hh3.site. The file server is called altea and the DC is called hh16. We have added a domain user called steve2 using samba-tool user add steve2. The DC and file server were both built from 4.1.9 source. The DC was provisioned without rfc2307. The IP of the DC running bind9 dlz is 192.168.1.16 and that of the file server is 192.168.1.100. If this is simply a client using DHCP, please see the notes in grey.

Remember that this is a check-list. It doesn't tell you how to do it. You've already done that. This is a last attempt. A check-list.

1. This is smb.conf on the DC 
[global]
        workgroup = HH3
        realm = HH3.SITE
        netbios name = HH16
        server role = active directory domain controller
        server services = s3fs, rpc, nbt, wrepl, ldap, cldap, kdc, drepl, winbind, ntp_signd, kcc, dnsupdate
[netlogon]
        path = /usr/local/samba/var/locks/sysvol/hh3.site/scripts
        read only = No
[sysvol]
        path = /usr/local/samba/var/locks/sysvol
        read only = No

2. This is smb.conf on the file server
[global]
 workgroup = HH3
 realm = HH3.SITE
 security = ADS
 kerberos method = system keytab
 server string = hh3.site file-server
 winbind enum users = Yes
 winbind enum groups = Yes
 winbind use default domain = Yes
 winbind nss info = rfc2307
 idmap config * : backend = tdb
 idmap config * : range = 19990-19999
 idmap config HH3 : backend  = ad
 idmap config HH3 : range = 20000-4000000
 idmap config HH3 : schema_mode = rfc2307

3. Does the group Domain Users have a gidNumber?
On the DC, take a look:
ldbsearch --url=/usr/local/samba/private/sam.ldb cn=Domain\ Users

dn: CN=Domain Users,CN=Users,DC=hh3,DC=site
cn: Domain Users
description: All domain users
instanceType: 4
whenCreated: 20130605151145.0Z
uSNCreated: 3541
name: Domain Users
objectGUID: c684aa92-fd56-46d5-a4cf-8a46c459707b
objectSid: S-1-5-21-451355595-2219208293-2714859210-513
sAMAccountName: Domain Users
sAMAccountType: 268435456
groupType: -2147483646
objectCategory: CN=Group,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=hh3,DC=site
isCriticalSystemObject: TRUE
memberOf: CN=Users,CN=Builtin,DC=hh3,DC=site
gidNumber: 20513
objectClass: top
objectClass: group
whenChanged: 20140519084720.0Z
uSNChanged: 8131
distinguishedName: CN=Domain Users,CN=Users,DC=hh3,DC=site

If yes, good. If no:
ldbedit -e leafpad --url=/usr/local/samba/private/sam.ldb cn=Domain\ Users

4. Is your domain user also a local user?
On the file server:
cat /etc/passwd | grep steve2
Domain users only please. If not, decide which one you wish to keep and revise your naming plan accordingly.

5. Does your domain user have a minimum of uidNumber and gidNumber?
You know how to get the dn thing on the DC now, so have a look at steve2:

dn: CN=steve2,CN=Users,DC=hh3,DC=site
cn: steve2
instanceType: 4
whenCreated: 20130605152701.0Z
uSNCreated: 3800
name: steve2
objectGUID: 3dfcb8e8-fca2-49ea-9ac8-8e1b0563a379
badPwdCount: 0
codePage: 0
countryCode: 0
badPasswordTime: 0
lastLogoff: 0
lastLogon: 0
primaryGroupID: 513
objectSid: S-1-5-21-451355595-2219208293-2714859210-1107
logonCount: 0
sAMAccountType: 805306368
userPrincipalName: steve2@hh3.site
objectCategory: CN=Person,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=hh3,DC=site
pwdLastSet: 130149196210000000
userAccountControl: 66048
accountExpires: 0
unixHomeDirectory: /home/users/steve2
loginShell: /bin/bash
profilePath: \\altea\profiles\steve2
homeDrive: Z:
homeDirectory: \\altea\users\steve2
gidNumber: 20513
uidNumber: 3000021
memberOf: CN=staff2,CN=Users,DC=hh3,DC=site
objectClass: top
objectClass: person
objectClass: organizationalPerson
objectClass: user
mail: steve@steve-ss.com
sAMAccountName: steve2
whenChanged: 20140527111834.0Z
uSNChanged: 9644
distinguishedName: CN=steve2,CN=Users,DC=hh3,DC=site

If not, ldbedit him adding uidNumber and gidNumber to taste. Note: steve2 is fortunate to have a complete set of attributes which allow him to log onto both Linux and windows workstations alike and have access to the same data on both.

5. Do you have a keytab?
On the file server:
 klist -k
Keytab name: FILE:/etc/krb5.keytab
KVNO Principal
---- --------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1 host/altea.hh3.site@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea.hh3.site@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea.hh3.site@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea.hh3.site@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea.hh3.site@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea@HH3.SITE
   1 host/altea@HH3.SITE
   1 ALTEA$@HH3.SITE
   1 ALTEA$@HH3.SITE
   1 ALTEA$@HH3.SITE
   1 ALTEA$@HH3.SITE
   1 ALTEA$@HH3.SITE

If not:
net ads keytab create -UAdministrator

No -k? Use ktutil:
 rkt /etc/krb5.conf
 list

6. DNS I
cat /etc/HOSTNAME (or perhaps, /etc/hostname)
altea.hh3.site

7. DNS II
Go no further until the following commands return:
hostname 
altea.hh3.site

hostname -d
hh3.site

hostname -f
altea.hh3.site

hostname -s
altea

If not, set hosts properly:
cat /etc/hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost
192.168.1.100 altea.hh3.site altea

(for a client without smbd under DHCP use instead:
127.0.0.1 altea.hh3.site altea localhost)

and:
 /etc/resolv.conf
search hh3.site
nameserver 192.168.1.16

and:
 /etc/krb5.conf
[libdefaults]
        default_realm = HH3.SITE
        dns_lookup_realm = false
        dns_lookup_kdc = true
systemd users will find:
        default_ccache_name = /tmp/krb5cc_%{uid}
useful here too.

8. Still with us?
Tell nss to use winbind and some dns stuff:
 /etc/nsswitch.conf
passwd: files winbind
group:  files winbind
hosts:   files dns
networks: files dns

9. remove nscd

10. remove the winbind cache
net cache flush

11. PAM priorities
WARNING: keep open a root terminal. Blow this and you lock yourself out. So, in this order:

auth required pam_env.so
auth sufficient pam_unix2.so
auth required pam_winbind.so use_first_pass

account requisite pam_unix2.so
account required pam_winbind.so use_first_pass

password sufficient pam_winbind.so
password requisite pam_pwcheck.so cracklib
password required pam_unix2.so use_authtok

session required pam_unix2.so
session required pam_winbind.so


12. If you changed anything
leave the domain:
net ads leave -UAdministrator

remove the keytab:
rm /etc/krb5.keytab

and rejoin:
net ads join -UAdministrator

13. I'm not allowed to say reboot

14. Restart smbd and winbind (or winbind only)


15. Do you see this?
getent passwd steve2
steve2:*:3000021:20513:steve2:/home/users/steve2:/bin/bash
If so, congratulate yourself. And remember, there is much more fun to come; you may now go back and add your shares to smb.conf.

16. winbind still doesn't work?
There is an easy alternative.

24.6.14

noche de san juan

eating out
Summer begins here. On the beach. San Juan @ Playa de Torres, Villajoyosa,
midnight
Wish, eat, drink, smile, jump and get wet. Next year, our fire will be the best! Gracias España. Así se vive.
coastal
What is it about beaches? Just a thin strip between sea and land. I never did this when I lived in Sheffield.

frills

And it's good night from him. No more football for a while. See you in four years. Bye. . .