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winbindd service keeps dropping

winbindd service keeps dropping

winbindd service keeps dropping

I'm not sure what version of Samba I'm running (I think 3.0.1), but it's on Solaris 8.  The samba server is joined to a domain which has 2 1 way non-trasative trusts. AD enviro is W2K.  For arguments sake Domain A is where the samba server is joined and all it's users are kept, Domain B is a resource domain which does nothing with this samba server. It's very sporatic when winbindd crashes...sometimes twice in one day, or it could go 3 or 4 days.  When I join samba to the domain, it scans for trusted domains, finds the proper domain A, then finds domain B and states it can't get good kerberos tickets.  I can watch in the snoop windows grepping for ldap that it figures out the IP for another domains DC.  Sometimes if I do a id -a username (either local or AD) I can see domain B's IP address along with domain A's in the snoop window and winbindd service will drop immediately.  In the log file I get the following

mapping not found for gidNumber: 60001 (which is nobody)
Could not convert gid 60001 to sid
lib/fault c:fault_report(37)
INTERNAL ERROR: Signal 10 in pid 18236 (3.0.1)
Please read the appendix of Bugs of the Samba HOWTO collection
PANIC: Internal Error

RE: winbindd service keeps dropping

I added the line:

allow trusted domains = no

to the smb.conf...only time will tell now.

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