SUCCESS: Samba 2.2.3 and offline folders with W2K SP2
Daniel.Beschorner at unit-netz.de
Thu Feb 28 04:44:02 GMT 2002
Yes, it did it.
It also cures affected files by next synchronization.
>On Mon, Feb 18, 2002 at 06:46:10PM +0100, Beschorner Daniel wrote:
>> Here is a scenario where Samba 2.2.3a fails, but 2.2.2 succeeds:
>> 1. make a samba folder in W2K SP2 offline available
>> 2. disconnect from network, go offline
>> 3. create a sample file on client, i.e. a simple text file
>> 4. you can access it
>> 5. go online and synchronize files
>> 6. still can access it
>> 7. go offline again
>> 8. "access denied" message appears when try to open the file offline
>> "nt acl support" doesn't matter, only two ways out: downgrade server to
>> 2.2.2 or uninstall SP2 on client
>Thanks for the excellent bug report.
>I've nailed this I think - here's the patch for 2.2.3a.
>Please test and report back.
>--- smbd/nttrans.c.orig Wed Feb 27 12:34:12 2002
>+++ smbd/nttrans.c Wed Feb 27 12:34:58 2002
>@@ -909,8 +909,8 @@
> if(oplock_request && EXCLUSIVE_OPLOCK_TYPE(fsp->oplock_type))
> smb_action |= EXTENDED_OPLOCK_GRANTED;
>-#if 1 /* JRATEST */
>- /* W2K sends back 42 words here ! */
>+ /* W2K sends back 42 words here ! If we do the same it breaks
offline sync. Go figure... ? JRA. */
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