Domain logon problems with 10.Mar.99 CVS source
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Wed Mar 10 20:53:13 GMT 1999
On Wed, 10 Mar 1999, Stefan Walter wrote:
> > check for a crash further up in the log file.
> I couldn't find anything that looked like a crash in the log files of
> smbd and nmbd. I only found
> [1999/03/10 18:19:57, 3] smbd/server.c:exit_server(431)
> Server exit (normal exit)
> at the very end of the failed logon attempt, after the invalid pipe
> error. Any hint for a keyword to look out for in the log files?
"fault.c". INTERNAL ERROR. you definitely have one else you wouldn't get
"INVALID PIPE HANDLE", due to an smbd closing on you (which maintains
state) and in NT the SMB layer is just an intermediary to the RPC layer.
in nt, if an SMB file handle is open the client-layer thinks it _Stays_
open even if the server drops the connection. which is a bit dumb.
> I can attempt another logon with debug level 99 tomorrow to get some
> more output. If you like to, I can make the whole logfile available
> to you.
just the INTERNAL error bit. or if you see a core file, do a gdb and a
"where" on it, which would be even better.
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