Found reason for Disk full message with non full disk,
jay at toltec.metran.cx
Fri Nov 23 16:37:29 GMT 2001
Sorry, I think I'm a little behind in this discussion ... I just
checked the smb.conf manual page, and it says oplocks = yes is
default behavior. Does this mean that if I don't turn oplocks
off, I should be ok? I'm wondering if this is related to the
"out of disk space" errors we are getting when Win2K tries to
load roaming profiles...
Andreas Moroder wrote:
> Hello Jeremy,
> I AM SO HAPPY.
> I found the reason why we get this error messages.
> In smb.conf we had
> kernel oplocks = false
> level2 oplocks=no
> oplocks= false
> After I changed to oplocks=true the "disk full" message is disappeared.
> We can now work, but I think think this looks like a bug, or is this behavior
> ok ?.
> Have a nice weekend
> P.S. Sorry for all my posting
> Zitiere Jeremy Allison <jra at samba.org>:
> > On Wed, Nov 21, 2001 at 08:36:49AM +0100, Andreas Moroder wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > last week I did update to the cvs version after Jeremy solved the
> > oplock bug
> > > while using dos apps.
> > > Since them we have the following problem:
> > >
> > > We have users that open a excel file. When they want to save the file
> > they get
> > > the error "Disk Full" from Excel, but there is space on the disk.
> > > It happens not to all the users.
> > >
> > > I have a level 10 log file I posted yesteday, but the list-manager did
> > not
> > > accept my posting because it was too big ( 155 KB ).
> > I have changed code that might cause this to occurr. I'd like to
> > see a level 10 log from a user getting this error (with the logs
> > split up by client machine of course). The allocation code has
> > been changed, but unless you're using 'strict allocate' in your
> > smb.conf you shouldn't see this....
> > Thanks,
> > Jeremy.
> Dr. Andreas Moroder
> Sanitätsbetrieb Brixen - Azienda Sanitaria di Bressanone
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