Byte range locking

jra at jra at
Fri Feb 21 04:50:36 GMT 2003

On Thu, Feb 20, 2003 at 07:50:22PM -0800, Srikanta Shivanna wrote:
> I noticed a difference in byte range locking behavior between Samba (2.2.x) and Windows 2000 server, basically on Samba 2.2.x
> with strict locking enabled,  a client process which owns a shared byte range lock can write to the locked region, this is not allowed
> on Windows 2000 server.  Is there a reason for this Samba behavior?  Is it because of default value of some config option?

Can you give me more information on what open modes, access requested
etc. from the client Win32 code please ?



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