Christopher R. Hertel
crh at ubiqx.mn.org
Wed Jul 10 15:25:04 GMT 2002
I am working on figuring out error codes in SMB. Anyone with a quick
rundown, I'd appreciate it...
I note that in the Leach/Naik draft it says that the NT LM 0.12 dialect
can return 32-bit error codes, depending upon the state of one of the
capabilities bits. It then goes on to specify only DOS error class/error
Another oddity... In the older X/Open docs, as well as the SNIA CIFS doc,
there is a small amount of discussion about dialects which support OS/2
error codes (also 32-bit).
So, I'm wondering...
- What is the relationship (if any) between OS/2 status codes and the
Win32 32-bit status codes?
- Are the 32-bit codes preferred? In the Samba code, I note one place in
which 32-bit error codes are forced (in smbd/error.c) under certain
- Is the list of error codes in include/nterr.h the best available
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