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Old 02-19-2010, 07:23 AM   #1
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ID Mapping issue in a AD Integreated Linux File Server Cluster


1. Both the nodes are Active directory Integrated using Samba + Winbind.
2. Created 2-Node Linux file server cluster (Failover) using Heartbeat.
3. Configured DRBD, created a block device mounted on /data (smb.conf)on both the nodes. Heartbeat integration with DRBD is successful.

When primary node is active, accessed samba share from a windows machine and created a file. verified the file ownership and it is owned by my ID (ajay_kk). Stopped heartbeat on primary node then secondary node picked up the resources. Now accessed the samba share.The data files are synchronized(DRBD service) but the file created by me is owned by Numeric number 16777221(Unix User\16777221).How can I make the User ID's are in sync in a AD integrated Linux Cluster environment?

Please let me know if you need more info.


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