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I am migrating a bunch of servers from samba 3.4 to samba 3.6.4. as of right now, this is in a test invironment. I am watching the log files, just ...
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    Question Samba 3.6.4 log spams or problems?


    I am migrating a bunch of servers from samba 3.4 to samba 3.6.4. as of right now, this is in a test invironment. I am watching the log files, just to see if there are any issues, and I keep getting spamed with these messages:
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    [2012/04/24 11:20:45.333072,  0] printing/print_cups.c:110(cups_connect)
      Unable to connect to CUPS server localhost:631 - Connection refused
    [2012/04/24 11:20:45.333457,  0] printing/print_cups.c:487(cups_async_callback)
      failed to retrieve printer list: NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL
    [2012/04/24 11:20:45.334404,  1] lib/serverid.c:197(serverid_deregister)
      Deleting serverid.tdb record failed: NT_STATUS_NOT_FOUND
    [2012/04/24 11:20:45.334505,  1] smbd/server.c:309(remove_child_pid)
      Could not remove pid 13879 from serverid.tdb
    [2012/04/24 11:20:45.334575,  1] smbd/server.c:323(remove_child_pid)
      Could not find child 13879 -- ignoring
    [2012/04/24 11:21:06.201520,  1] smbd/server.c:300(remove_child_pid)
      Scheduled cleanup of brl and lock database after unclean shutdown
    [2012/04/24 11:21:26.221852,  1] smbd/server.c:272(cleanup_timeout_fn)
      Cleaning up brl and lock database after unclean shutdown
    Now here is the odd thing, I haven't had any calls/complaints about not being able to connect, or long wait times, or anything like that. In fact, it seems to be working fine. I've done some google searches for what these mean, and I cannot for the life of me figure out if I have problems or not because I keep on not having any issues.

    Thoughts?

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    No connection to cups possible ...
    cups is a common printer service (Common Unix Printing System)

    So your clients may won't be able to use the printer that are connected to the server.
    If there are any ...

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