[cifs-protocol] [EXTERNAL] Re: [REG:120030321000983] SMB2: opening file for READ_CONTROL doesn't trigger lease break

Ralph Boehme slow at samba.org
Wed Mar 4 14:20:21 UTC 2020

HI Jeff,

Am 3/4/20 um 10:53 AM schrieb Ralph Boehme via cifs-protocol:
> Am 3/3/20 um 10:23 PM schrieb Jeff McCashland:
>> However, note that legacy Oplocks do break on READ_CONTROL. If I understand our source code correctly, Leases never broke on READ_CONTROL, but we didn't catch the variance in the doc. 
> I was afraid that this would be the case. :)
> Just to be sure, I'll rewrite the testcase with oplocks instead of leases.

confirmed, trace attached (packets 123 ff). Are we sure this behaviour
is by design and not a bug?


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