Fixed: OpLocks caused the corruptions/slowness (Was: How Samba let us down)

jra at jra at
Thu Oct 31 18:49:25 GMT 2002

On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 07:28:44PM +0100, Claudia Moroder wrote:
> Hello,
> what does samba if a client locks a byte range behind the end of the file ?
> This could be important because it looks like many 'corruption' problems 
> happern with foxpro files.

Samba adds the locks. It doesn't care if it's over the EOF.
This is also what Windows does.


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