SMB Service restarts
When transfering files via SMB the Service restarts itself breaking the transfer.
I thought this might be related to joining an AD domain but still happens after disableing AD membership.
NFS transfer is not impacted so it should be specifically SMB related
#4 Updated by Timur Bakeyev over 2 years ago
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From the log I can see that
smbd process is crashing pretty frequently, I'm trying to squeeze more info from the debug log, but eventually I'll probably will need more information form you and, maybe, access to your system if it's OK with you.
#11 Updated by John Hixson over 2 years ago
Briefly looking at your logs, I see a lot of this:
[2017/02/03 12:51:31.125071, 1] ../source3/libads/ldap.c:553(ads_find_dc)
ads_find_dc: name resolution for realm 'ad.voelligegal.de' (domain 'VEG') failed: NT_STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS
Apr 14 11:43:41 avoton sshd29366: pam_winbind(sshd): valid_user: wbcGetpwnam gave WBC_ERR_DOMAIN_NOT_FOUND
Which leads me to believe you are having DNS problems and/or misconfigured Active Directory. Are you still having problems with this? Do you have AD monitoring enabled?
#15 Updated by Thomas Rottig over 2 years ago
The box is at my remote backup location which is connected via VPN/DYNDNS service. The PDC is only at my local place and I had some weird network issues lately which might explain the numerous AD issues.
Before I opened the bug I have tried checking basics myself - at this time AD has been working.
O/C it might be a follow up issue of having those AD issues, but it happens quite quickly after a restart so it shouldnt be related to an overrun/build up issue.
I am not sure when exactly this started - the box in question is my backup/remote sync box and usually I only access it by nfs.
I recently had to do maintenance on my local box and thus movie sharing out to the family didn't meet the expected availability levels;) - so I set up a load balancer to ensure smb availability for movie streaming. The remote box turned out to be horribly slow and break off all the time which turned out to be the service issues...
#16 Updated by Thomas Rottig over 2 years ago
- File debug-avoton-20180620230825.tgz added
So I just recreated the issue after a longer network outage.
First I reenabled AD which I verified by being able to access a share via an AD User.
Then I started copying a file and smb crashed again.
I then saw error messages that AD is down too so this seems to be an effect rather than the cause.
PFA a new debug bundle.