Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at samba.org
Thu Apr 6 06:08:19 GMT 2000
On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, Michael S. Hulet wrote:
> I was busy for a week and Samba went from alpha-1.3 to 1.8 (amazing!). I
> 3. I have a Digital Unix 4.0E server for samba and a Redhat 6.0 server
> for samba. Profiles on the Redhat box are updated a lot faster on logout
> 30 seconds versus Digital Unix 2 minutes 30 seconds. There is a lot of
> activity on the profile share although not much is changed.
yes, i think NT clients check the time/date stamp on individual profile
components, and don't write them in if the file hasn't changed.
now that smbd is from cvs main, jeremy should probably assess this one.
i take it that's taking a really, really long time on DG/UX....
> 6. Still had to do a chmod 755 on install-sh for Digital Unix 4.0E
> Please tell me if you prefer more formal reports. This way was the
> fastest way for me to report my observations. The administrator
> priviledge thing was interesting so I wanted to send a quick note. Sorry
> I can only send observations and not solutions.
these are fine, michael, and much appreciated.
we're working on the group/alias/user - related thing, all i can say is,
it's horrendously tricky, and it's got to be right. still thinking about
it (two years and counting!)
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