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comment GlusterFS Geo-replication resync
Hi, when this was active the slave was in read only and no local changes were made at all. Only changes pushed from the master happened there however the slave still became out of sync. We deleted the cluster multiple times and rebuilt to get it up to date, each time it would function for a small amount of time and then become out of sync. Unfortunately we didn't end up solving this and the issues became too much and gluster was dropped as a solution.
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comment Blocking SSH Brute force from a HAProxy LB
@GregLinton ; that's what I have at the moment, N logins per Y minutes but I'd like to block off IPs for failed logins if at all possible. This will slow someone down a bit but could penalise an aggressive but legitimate user. This might just be the excuse I need to build a honeypot and firewall off that!
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comment Linux nested groups with winbind
It was only after I configured a test box using SSSD and received the same results I started noticing it in other places, like VMware. That lead me to believe it was AD related and I found the above solution. My issue was very similar to what you have listed. The winbind command you're looking for is wbinfo --group-info
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comment Samba4 net join member fails
While i've rolled back to samba3 on many systems, my test system now appears to join without any other changes made it's probable this was the cause.
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comment Samba4 net join member fails
Yes, unfortunately it doesn't add a lot of information beyond whats in the command line output. I've updated the question to include what little is there.
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