This deployment example is developed with the following assumptions:
The two-node cluster is already installed and configured.
The zone cluster zc is already installed and configured.
The root user has the /usr/cluster/bin directory included in $PATH on all cluster nodes and zone cluster nodes.
All cluster nodes have the solaris publisher for Oracle Solaris 11.2 software and the ha-cluster publisher for Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.2 software support repositories configured.
The ZFS pool samba_zp is already created, using the mount point /failover/samba. The command used to create the ZFS pool is zpool create -m /failover/samba samba_zp mirror devicelist mirror devicelist.
The zone cluster zc has the privileges to use the zpool and IP address within its zone cluster configuration. These privileges were set by using the following commands:
phys-node-1# clzonecluster configure zc clzc:zc> add net clzc:zc:net> set address=192.168.0.10 clzc:zc:net> end clzc:zc> add dataset clzc:zc:dataset> set name=samba_zp clzc:zc:dataset> end clzc:zc> commit clzc:zc> exit
The zone cluster nodes are configured as members of a Windows Active Directory domain, using winbind to resolve users and groups that are configured within the Active Directory domain.
The Active Directory is configured to use the following values:
The following user and password are created within the Active Directory, to be used by the HA for Samba fault monitor:
No home directory, user profile, or login script are defined for the Active Directory.
The Active Directory parameters Password never expire and User cannot change password are set to true.
This section contains the following tasks to install and configure Samba in a zone cluster: