Question about smbtorture/NEGNOWAIT
abartlet at samba.org
Wed Jul 3 15:49:22 GMT 2002
paul popelka wrote:
> I've been running the NEGNOWAIT test that is part of smbtorture.
> I've got some questions about the test.
> It tries to send 50000 SMB_COM_NEGOTIATE requests to a
> server all with the same mid (1) and pid. The test does not wait for
> So, there can be multiple negotiate requests outstanding at a given
> time all with the same mid and pid. This would seem like a violation of
> the cifs protocol.
> What is this test trying to test?
What the server does when the client violates the CIFS protocol :-)
> Is it checking to see if the server rejects the 49999 negotiates after
> the first one?
> Is it checking to see if the server can cope which several concurrent
> requests with the same mid and pid?
Mainly its just a plain, booring 'crash NT' test. I think MS fixed it
- I understand they actually have an internal port of smbtorture to
win32 that they use to avoid these embarassing issues ;-)
> Also, I noticed that the test always fails because it calls
> which tries to do a tree disconnect. Since the test uses
> there is no tree connected. So, the tree disconnect fails causing
> to fail causing the test to fail.
> Should the test call cli_shutdown() instead?
Probably. Feel free to provide a patch.
Andrew Bartlett abartlet at pcug.org.au
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