Difference between revisions of "Samba4/SAM Database"

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Backend-specific modules:
 
Backend-specific modules:
 
* TDB: none
 
* TDB: none
* OpenLDAP: entryuuid, paged_search
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* OpenLDAP: entryuuid, [[Samba4/LDB/paged_searches | paged_searches]]
* Fedora DS: nsuniqueid, paged_search
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* Fedora DS: nsuniqueid, [[Samba4/LDB/paged_searches | paged_searches]]
  
 
PARTITION_URL is the URL of the partition database. For example:
 
PARTITION_URL is the URL of the partition database. For example:
 
* TDB: users.ldb
 
* TDB: users.ldb
 
* LDAP: ldapi://%2Froot%2FSamba%2Fsamba%2Fsource4%2Fst%2Fdc%2Fprivate%2Fldap%2Fldapi
 
* LDAP: ldapi://%2Froot%2FSamba%2Fsamba%2Fsource4%2Fst%2Fdc%2Fprivate%2Fldap%2Fldapi

Revision as of 19:18, 13 October 2009

Modules

SAM database uses the following LDB modules:

  • resolve_oids
  • rootdse
  • lazy_commit
  • acl
  • paged_results
  • ranged_results
  • anr
  • server_sort
  • asq
  • extended_dn_store
  • extended_dn_in
  • rdn_name
  • objectclass
  • descriptor
  • samldb
  • password_hash
  • operational
  • kludge_acl
  • instancetype
  • extended_dn_out_dereference
  • Backend-specific modules:
    • TDB: subtree_rename, subtree_delete, linked_attributes, extended_dn_out_ldb
    • OpenLDAP: extended_dn_out_dereference
    • Fedora DS: extended_dn_out_dereference
  • show_deleted
  • partition

Partitions

SAM database defines the following partitions:

  • Schema
    • Base DN: CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=samba,DC=example,DC=com
    • URL: <LDAP_URL>
    • Modules: schema_fsmo, <backend-specific modules>
  • Configuration
    • Base DN: CN=Configuration,DC=samba,DC=example,DC=com
    • URL: <LDAP_URL>
    • Modules: naming_fsmo, <backend-specific modules>
  • User
    • DC=samba,DC=example,DC=com
    • URL: <LDAP_URL>
    • Modules: pdc_fsmo, <backend-specific modules>

Backend-specific modules:

PARTITION_URL is the URL of the partition database. For example:

  • TDB: users.ldb
  • LDAP: ldapi://%2Froot%2FSamba%2Fsamba%2Fsource4%2Fst%2Fdc%2Fprivate%2Fldap%2Fldapi