Do I really have to rejoin the client to AD after changing samba security to 
ADS? I'm not using samba "net join" and no winbind for AD binding. I've created 
the AD machine account with realm and I'm using sssd for authentication to AD 
BTW "realm" changed my "security = ADS" in smb.conf  to "security = user"....

However, I could reproduce the smb crash anytime when 
  security = ADS
is set. It doesn't matter if I specify "kerberos method" or not.

When set to 
  security = user
and disabled 
  #  kerberos method = secrets and keytab
smb is not crashing anymore but I also cannot authenticate with my AD user 
account (using sssd).

  kerberos method = secrets and keytab
  security = user
let's smb crash too.

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  [bionic] samba PANIC, INTERNAL ERROR: Signal 11

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