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Re: [K12OSN] SMB/LDAP Installer upgrades

You should be able to run it fine...unless you've made some weird config
changes by hand.  The script backs everything up anyway so you can go and
merge any changes if necessary.  I can't test it at the moment, but I
believe Matt has it "merging" changes....not overwriting them.  The main
concern would be smb.conf....try it and let me know what happens...I'll
test myself in a few days and let you know as well.

"Support list for opensource software in schools." <k12osn redhat com> on
Tuesday, July 5, 2005 at 9:59 AM  wrote:

>Is there a recommended way to upgrade the smb-ldap installer?  Say I was
>running version 1.2 on a production server and I wanted to install the
>new 1.2.2 version, what would this impact?  Would simply running the
>./smb-ldap.pl just update things, or will this wipe out current configs
>and potentially break the server.
>I don't have a production server in place yet but want to get these
>questions out of the way.  One reason would be say I was up and running,
>but now the new version had quota support, I want to know how to safely
>bring my production server up to speed with the quota support without
>breaking things.  I am sure this will be an ongoing thing as usage
>Jim Kronebusch
>Cotter Tech Department
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