Mods to smbstatus
sharpe at ns.aus.com
Sat Jul 18 23:03:08 GMT 1998
recently I found that smbstatus did not give me enough options and control.
I found that I only wanted a list of the locks that were held, or only
wanted the shares that were being accessed, so I thought that I would
modify smbstatus to have the following behaviour:
-L and -S
Without these flags, smbstatus does exactly the same as it currently does.
With the -L flag, it only prints out locks (and if the -u flag specified a
user, or the -s flag specified a share, then it will print out locks
specific to those items).
With the -S flag, it only prints out shares (and etc ...)
Can anyone suggest any other facilities that might be required or does
anyone have any concerns with the choice of flags?
Richard Sharpe, sharpe at ns.aus.com, NIC-Handle:RJS96
NS Computer Software and Services P/L,
Ph: +61-8-8281-0063, FAX: +61-8-8250-2080,
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