Question about smbtorture / cifs-load-gen
nir_l3 at netvision.net.il
Mon Apr 7 18:20:52 GMT 2003
I get the same result when trying to run either with //sambaserver/share or
I can get you a sniff/trace output when I get to my office tommorow.
It could be helpful if you could instruct me exactly how to do that.
If possible, maybe you could send me a tarball of the source files,
and also a compiled cifs_bm executable.
Maybe I just have some not-up-to-date sources (which I doubt), or a
I've also noticed that the size of the cli buffer (cli->bufsize, I think...)
is 65539 (???).
Maybe this could give us a hint ?
I will keep you posted.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Sharpe" <rsharpe at richardsharpe.com>
To: "Nir Livni" <nirl at cyber-ark.com>
Cc: <samba-technical at samba.org>
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2003 7:25 PM
Subject: RE: Question about smbtorture / cifs-load-gen
> On Mon, 7 Apr 2003, Nir Livni wrote:
> > Cifs_load_gen seems easier,
> > But somehow cannot connect to my samba server.
> > I've tried everything (security = user/server/domain , encrypt password
> > yes,no).
> > The problem seem to be in cli_negprot( ).
> > After cifs_load_gen sends the protocols it supports,
> > It should receive NTLANMAN 1.0 as an answer.
> > The log shows the samba returns this answer.
> > But somehow, when cifs_load_gen is reading the server's response,
> > Cli->protocol becomes 1 instead of 5.
> > Cliconnect.c Line 867: cli->protocol =
> > prots[SVAL(cli->inbuf,smb_vwv0)].prot; <=== this is 1 instead of 5
> > Please forgive my ignorance regarding this matter.
> > Hope you could help me solve it.
> Is it possible to get a trace/sniff?
> I have seen problems with NetApp and one of the EMC boxes in the past in
> that they do not accept just share name in the tcon, but want something of
> the form file://server/share.
> To that end, there is a command line flag you can use to secify that, I
> If you make any patches, I would appreciate them back so I can update the
> Richard Sharpe, rsharpe[at]ns.aus.com, rsharpe[at]samba.org,
> sharpe[at]ethereal.com, http://www.richardsharpe.com
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