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From: Moray Henderson on 22 Apr 2010 08:50
Migrating Samba from one server to another.
I configure a CentOS 5.4 server with samba3-3.4.7-42.el5 from SerNet.
At this point the server's IP address is 10.32.1.201. I migrate the
persistent tdb (and ldb!) files an older server, then turn off the old
server and reconfigure the new one to 10.32.1.200.
Now every 5 minutes or so, nmbd complains:
There is already a domain master browser at IP 10.32.1.201 for workgroup
WORKGROUP registered on subnet UNICAST_SUBNET
There isn't: 10.32.1.201 does not exist any more. Shouldn't 10.32.1.200
realise there's nothing there, force an election, and take the domain
master browser function for itself?
"To err is human. To purr, feline"
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