[jcifs] RE: Deletion of files on the network

Sujit Jagdev sujit.jagdev at casero.com
Fri Feb 14 09:20:43 EST 2003

My apologies. There was a lingering inputstream open and once I closed
it, everything was fine.
Sujit -- Eating humble pie

-----Original Message-----
From: Sujit Jagdev 
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 2:56 PM
To: 'jcifs at lists.samba.org'
Subject: RE: Deletion of files on the network

I am having issues deleting tow files on the network successively.
The first attempt succeeds. However as soon as you try to try to delete
the second file, and SmbException is thrown with the message.
"The file is being used by another process."
I have done some debugging and it seems like I am unable to proceed
until the SmbTransport.tryClose() method is called when

catch( InterruptedIOException iioe ) {
                if( responseTable.size() == 0 ) {
                    System.out.println("Size of table is " +
                    tryClose( false );
                } else {
                    Log.println( Log.WARNINGS, "smb warning",
                                " soTimeout has occured but there are "
                                responseTable.size() + " pending
requests" );
            } catch( IOException ioe ) {
                tryClose( true );
                Log.printStackTrace( "exception reading from socket
input: " + address, ioe );

Why do I have to wait until the first SmbSession is "logged off" or
closed before I can delete the second totally different file.



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