Samba4 shared FS + MacOS issue
George K Colley
gcolley at apple.com
Thu Jan 29 00:10:28 GMT 2009
One other note doesn't seem to be a size issue because writes of 1
byte have the same issue?
On Jan 28, 2009, at 4:03 PM, George K Colley wrote:
> So the SMB packet signing issue which was reported with Win2k and
> Win2K8 system was correct in 10.5.3. That issue was cause by the
> client using the wrong buffer size on writes.
> Now in the trace packet 353 opens a file for read/writing, then pack
> 356 attempts to write 4096 and the server returns an error
> NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL (0xc0000001)?
> Now packet signing is on, so it could be related just not sure.
> Would like to retest with packet signing turned off, does anyone on
> the list know how to turn signing off with Samba4?
> Next can you get me a tcpdump starting before the mount so I can see
> the CAP of the server?
> On Jan 28, 2009, at 11:09 AM, Xavier Ambrosioni wrote:
>> sorry, I did not know that '-w' option produce a dump with more
>> You will find that dump in attachment.
>> 172.16.0.2 is the Mac
>> 172.16.0.10 is the samba server
>> Thank you
>> Le 28 janv. 09 à 10:22, Gavin Beatty a écrit :
>>> 2009/1/27 Xavier Ambrosioni <xavier.ambrosioni at cinema-voiron.fr>:
>>>> you will find in attachment the dump file. I used the command
>>>> 'tcpdump -i
>>>> en0 -s 0 |grep -v vnc >DumpFile.txt' because I'm currently using
>>>> VNC to
>>>> connect to my mac and I wanted to remove the vnc packets from the
>>>> dump file
>>>> to decrease its size.
>>> Hi Xavier,
>>> Please follow George's instructions as the text output of tcpdump is
>>> not a "dump" in the proper sense. The important part is the -w
>>> ~/Desktop/DumpFile.dmp. This writes a true dump file which has much
>>> more (extremely useful!) information. Using wireshark (or ethereal),
>>> it's easy for the samba guys to visually exclude your VNC traffic
>>> they view the DumpFile.dmp so there is no need for you to worry
>>> So, if you follow George's instructions exactly and attach the
>>> DumpFile.dmp, all will be well.
>>> Gavin Beatty
>>> SEMPER UBI SUB UBI
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