s4/torture: port SMBv1 RAW-LOCK tests to SMBv2
steven.danneman at isilon.com
Thu Nov 26 22:48:30 MST 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: tridge at samba.org [mailto:tridge at samba.org]
> Sent: Thursday, November 26, 2009 9:25 PM
> To: Steven Danneman
> Cc: Andrew Bartlett; samba-technical at lists.samba.org
> Subject: RE: s4/torture: port SMBv1 RAW-LOCK tests to SMBv2
> Hi Steven,
> Another thing I noticed while fixing the SMB2-LOCK problems was that
> the SMB2-LOCK test fails against a w2k8 DC with a signing error. When
> you did your testing of it, did you run against a w2k8 box with
> signing enabled?
> I wonder if our SMB2 signing algorithm needs some updates to cope with
> some of the types of operations used in that test?
> The error is:
> Testing cancel by ulogoff
> Acquire first lock
> Second lock should pend on first
> Logoff user
> Check pending lock reply
> Bad SMB2 signature for message of size 73
>  7A FE 02 85 8F F5 93 7D 3C 69 A0 25 B2 20 34 01 z......}
> <i.%. 4.
>  C9 48 4B 98 2A 11 7E 3C FA 76 97 A3 54 31 B1 64 .HK.*.~<
> the test then hangs.
> Cheers, Tridge
I was running the tests against a pretty stock install of Windows 2008
Server Enterprise with updated service packs and hotfixes.
It's a standalone server, not a DC, and signing was disabled.
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