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On Thursday 16 July 2009 01:20:01 am Andreas Schneider wrote: > On Wednesday 15 July 2009 19:01:19 Gary Greene wrote: > > You haven't got nscd running have you? If you do, turn it off. It causes > > weird auth issues with Winbind. > > In large environments you don't want to disable nscd. However on new > systems winbind should work just fine with nscd. I know large environments > where it works like a charm. > > Cheers, > > -- andreas NSCD conflicts with Winbind's own caching and will cause you not to be able to authenticate randomly/odd credential dropping/etc, even with new releases of Samba and GLibC. Here's the documentation directly from the Samba project: The name service caching daemon (nscd) is a primary cause of difficulties with name resolution, particularly where winbind is used. Winbind does its own caching, thus nscd causes double caching which can lead to peculiar problems during debugging. As a rule, it is a good idea to turn off the name service caching daemon. -- Gary L. Greene, Jr. Sent from: peorth.tolharadys.net 08:23:58 up 73 days, 50 min, 4 users, load average: 0.93, 0.79, 0.74 ========================================================================== Developer and Project Lead for the AltimatOS open source project Volunteer Developer for the KDE open source project See http://www.altimatos.com/ and http://www.kde.org/ for more information ========================================================================== Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
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