Updating redhat 4

Samba has been enhanced and now denies to execute a file if the x-bit is not set.In situations, such as when upgrading from a previous version, your executable files can be missing the x-bit.The problem has been fixed in 4.5.0 and later versions and Samba now stores the attribute correctly.The # samba-tool dbcheck --cross-ncs --fix --yes ...This means you can update a Samba 3.x NT4-style primary domain controller (PDC) to a recent version, as you previously updated, for example from 3.4.x to 3.5.x.There is no need to migrate an NT4-style domain to an AD.The Samba team understand the difficulty presented by existing LDAP structures.

Without this parameter, the command required minutes for the same operation.The Active Directory (AD) Domain Controller (DC) support is one of the enhancements introduced in Samba 4.0.However all newer versions include the features of previous versions - including the NT4-style (classic) domain support.CN=NTDS Settings, CN=DC1, CN=Servers, CN=Default-First-Site-Name, CN=Sites, CN=Configuration, DC=samdom, DC=example, DC=com: 0x00000003 CN=NTDS Settings, CN=DC1, CN=Servers, CN=Default-First-Site-Name, CN=Sites, CN=Configuration, DC=samdom, DC=example, DC=com: 0x00000000 ERROR: unsorted attribute ID values in repl Property Meta Data on CN=NTDS Settings, CN=DC1, CN=Servers, CN=Default-First-Site-Name, CN=Sites, CN=Configuration, DC=samdom, DC=example, DC=com Fix repl Property Meta Data on CN=NTDS Settings, CN=DC1, CN=Servers, CN=Default-First-Site-Name, CN=Sites, CN=Configuration, DC=samdom, DC=example, DC=com by sorting the attribute list?[YES] Fixed attribute 'repl Property Meta Data' of 'CN=NTDS Settings, CN=DC1, CN=Servers, CN=Default-First-Site-Name, CN=Sites, CN=Configuration, DC=samdom, DC=example, DC=com' and allows only simple binds over TLS encrypted connections.

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