Samba function test
abartlet at samba.org
Thu Aug 1 06:42:02 GMT 2002
Jim Myers wrote:
> Andrew, you mentioned that Samba should produce the same error codes
> as a Windows remote share.
> Here's an interesting case: The test below runs correctly on native
> NTFS, but fails as shown below with a remote Win2K share.
> Samba produces the same error code as the remote case which means it
> fails IFSTEST as well.
> So it appears even Microsoft doesn't produce identical results with
> local and remote NTFS disks/shares.
It's probably a case of the leading slash being eaten by the protocol -
we probably never see it at the server.
> +++Microsoft (R) Installable File System Test for Windows NT/2000+++
> +++Test SW Build 0007 Init Wednesday July 31, 2002 17:09:31+++
> Test :FileRelativePathCreationTest
> Group :OpenCreateGeneral
> File :g:\ifstest\code\opcreatg\frelpath.c
> Line :500
> Status :24 (IFSTEST_TEST_NTAPI_FAILURE_CODE)
> LastNtStatus :C000003B STATUS_OBJECT_PATH_SYNTAX_BAD
> ExpectedNtStatus :C000000D STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER
> Description :
> An attempt was made at a relative file creation. This operation
> is identical to a previous relative file creation, execept
> here the filename is specified with a leading slath. This
> is illegal and should return an invalid parameter status.
This looks like a *very* intersting tool. Particulary with the NTSTATUS
codes displayed etc.
Andrew Bartlett abartlet at pcug.org.au
Manager, Authentication Subsystems, Samba Team abartlet at samba.org
Student Network Administrator, Hawker College abartlet at hawkerc.net
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