LockingX ignored pidhigh.

Steve French smfrench at austin.rr.com
Sun Mar 5 07:54:58 GMT 2006

Jeremy Allison wrote:

>Hi Steve,
>Just wanted to let you know I did a quick test
>with lockingX where I added a lock with smbpid 1,
>and unlocked it again with smbpid 1, pidhigh 0xaa -
>it still unlocked (if the W2K3 server paid attention
>to pidhigh on lock/unlock contexts it should have
>failed that from us). This means that smbpid really
>is a 16-bit field as far as lockingX requests go
>and pidhigh isn't used (damn - it was a nice idea :-).
Another interesting question is whether two pids with the same pid low 
(e.g. pid 64K+1 and pid 1) have the same locking context (which seems 
likely for the case of Windows).

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