SERIOUS BUG: loosing files if hard quota exceeded (or disk full (?))
stn at techfak.uni-kiel.de
Tue Feb 23 08:49:39 GMT 1999
> Stefan Nehlsen wrote:
> > If smbd is writing to a file and there is no more disk space available,
> > smbd reports an error to the client and the file is truncated.
> > I think this is normal unix behaviour, but it's not compatible to
> > windows users.
> What does Windows assume? Certainly not that it can continue
> to write past the end of the disk (;-))
> When I overfill a floppy on my wife's machine, the last file present
> is the last one which fit... is this what you're referring to?
> If so, and assuming identical clients, there may be a difference
> in what NT reports to the client versis Samba... can you capture
> the differening netwrok sessions, perchance? If so, you'll
> probably want to mail them in as a bug report via
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