Unable to open new log file /var/samba/log.smbd: No such file
Bob.Edgar at commerzbankib.com
Wed May 14 09:57:56 GMT 2003
I made a small change to debug.c to set errno = 0 before the attempted open.
It now says:
May 14 11:51:52 salt smbd: [2003/05/14 11:51:52, 0, effective(0, 0),
real(0, 0)] ../../source/lib/debug.c:(349)
May 14 11:51:52 salt smbd: Unable to open new log file
/var/samba/log.smbd: Error 0
It's using fopen64 and not setting errno. From the man page:
The fopen() function may fail and not set errno if there are
no free stdio streams.
Has anyone been running samba 64 bit on Solaris 7, 8, and 9?
From: Eric Boehm [mailto:boehm at nortelnetworks.com]
Sent: Dienstag, 13. Mai 2003 14:51
To: Edgar, Bob
Cc: 'samba-technical at lists.samba.org'
Subject: Re: Unable to open new log file /var/samba/log.smbd: No such
file or directory
On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 02:17:26PM +0200, Edgar, Bob wrote:
>>>>> "Edgar" == Edgar, Bob <Bob.Edgar at commerzbankib.com> writes:
Edgar> I get these messages in my log file and I was wondering if
Edgar> I'm just being stupid.
Edgar> This is 2.2.8a on Solaris 7 built with
Edgar> As one can see from the time stamps on the files it does
Edgar> open a new file from time to time.
Edgar> [2003/05/13 14:08:29, 0, effective(0, 0), real(0, 0)]
Edgar> ../../source/lib/debug.c:(348) Unable to open new log file
Edgar> /var/samba/log.smbd: No such file or directory
I've seen this before -- did you compile Samba 64-bit? Is your Solaris
I've seen this happen when a 32-bit Samba daemon has more than 256
files open and then calls fopen to open the log file. The error
message is very misleading.
If 'isainfo -v' returns
64-bit sparcv9 applications
32-bit sparc applications
You can build a 64-bit samba.
For Sun's Forte compiler
CC=cc; export CC # setenv CC cc for csh
CFLAGS='-xarch=v9a'; export CFLAGS # setenv CFLAGS '-xarch=v9a' for csh
For GCC 3.x or better
CC=gcc; export CC # setenv CC gcc
CFLAGS='-m64'; export CFLAGS # setenv CFLAGS '-m64'
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