Bug in samba 2.2 + kernel 2.4?

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at samba.org
Thu Oct 17 22:59:01 GMT 2002

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On Thu, 17 Oct 2002, Jon Monroe wrote:

> I'm seeing tons of leftover directory handles for any directories
> visited on a samba share (via a win2k/win9x workstation). For every
> directory access inside a samba share, 3 handles are initially opened --
> 2 read handles, and a single CWD handle. The CWD handle goes away, but
> the read handles sit around forever, or until you kill the smbd process
> that opened them. These add up pretty quick.
> What's really weird is I only see this on kernel 2.4 (2.4.18). If I go back 
> to my old kernel 2.2 box, the problem doesn't seem to exist.

No idea, but disablign kernel oplocks comes to mind.  This is all off the 
top of my head of course.

cheers, jerry
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