On to, 27 loka 2016, David Kupka wrote:
On 26/10/16 20:00, lejeczek wrote:
quick question - does IPA rpms depend on samaba's?
I'm hoping I can remove samba-common but dnf fies a 46 packages long
list of dependencies - is it somehow broken?
If is not and that is 100% correct long chain of deps - then can samba
be safely downgraded to 3.6.x ? given that IPA does not integrate samba
in my configuration.
Only freeipa-server-trust-ad package depends on samba. If you haven't
configured AD trust you can safely remove samba (and also
freeipa-server-trust-ad package if you've installed it).
samba-common contains files for samba client and server so removing it
may remove applications that can behave as samba client.
That's not fully correct. FreeIPA 4.2+ has 389-ds plugins which link to
Samba components and are part of freeipa-server package because we
configure them by default to make trust agent configuration easy:
# rpm -q --requires freeipa-server|grep ^lib|xargs -n1 rpm -q
You cannot remove samba-client-libs due to this.
We also do not support downgrading Samba.
/ Alexander Bokovoy
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