W2K user goes offline when moving .mpg files

Brian McGroarty brian at robotattack.com
Tue Nov 27 21:51:04 GMT 2001

On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 10:32:28AM -0800, Kevin Long wrote:
> Hello, running Samba 2.2.2, compiled from source last thursday. I have a W2K
> laptop user, who has "web view" enabled. When he attempts to move some mpg
> files (small, around 900k each) from local disk to share, he gets
> disconnected, and put into offline mode. His log file reads thus:
>   PANIC: open_mode_check: Existant process 8492 left active oplock.
> [2001/11/26 10:12:35, 0] smbd/oplock.c:request_oplock_break(1026)
>   request_oplock_break: no response received to oplock break request to pid
> 8492
>  on port 2096 for dev = 80f, inode = 1897187
>   for dev = 80f, inode = 1897187, tv_sec = 3c0280aa, tv_usec = 2af82
> [2001/11/26 10:12:35, 0] smbd/open.c:open_mode_check(554)
>   open_mode_check: exlusive oplock left by process 8492 after break ! For
> file R
> eference Data/photos/monarch bay/2001-11-06 lessons learned/mov00152.mpg,
> dev =
> 80f, inode = 1897187. Deleting it to continue...
> [2001/11/26 10:12:35, 0] lib/util.c:smb_panic(1055)
>   PANIC: open_mode_check: Existant process 8492 left active oplock.
> I have disabled "web view" mode, and will re-test. Any suggestions, or
> further requirements?

Perhaps this is useful -

There is a bug in Windows 2000 which affects even local
operations. When web view is enabled, selecting a group of files and
performing an operation on them can cause the operation to fail if web
view hasn't finished preparing its preview of the last-clicked file.

For example, when selecting a file, then shift-selecting an additional
file to select the end of a range, then hitting [del] right away, the
delete operation to fail, as the last-selected file remains open for

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