SRuth at LANDAM.com
Thu Jun 8 18:20:10 GMT 2000
you can force samba to reread the smb.conf file by sending a SIGHUP to the
original smbd process. Otherwise, the share should show up within a couple
# kill -SIGHUP process number
From: Olivier Wegria [mailto:olivier.wegria at novactiongroup.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2000 1:13 PM
To: Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-NTDOM
Subject: rpc error
I am using samba 2.0.6 on a redhat 6.2 i386 linux.
Everything works fine except that when I do a samba restart, I get a
rpc error in the windows (nt4 & 2000) explorer when I dbl click on my samba
server. But if I map a shared drive by typing all the path \\server\share it
It is probably because when I restart samba, the open links between
windows and samba are broken. Is that normal and what can I do to avoid
this? Can I ask windows to refresh its information?
When you add a new share in the smb.conf, is "restarting samba" the
only way to get the new share to work?
thanks for any help
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