Few technical questions
Volker.Lendecke at SerNet.DE
Sun Jun 29 12:49:13 MDT 2014
On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 08:33:09PM +0200, Antun Horvat wrote:
> I did not know that. It's just that we had a windows 2000 server
> around for about ~10 years and we had never seen any issues with it
> regarding any kind of corruption. Now whey I've switched to Samba
> 4.1 I'm experiencing many tiny issues which at some times result in
> file destruction. Since this is so random I can't catch and
> reproduce any of these issues.
What do you exactly mean by file destruction? We have just fixed a bug
related to share modes:
Maybe it's that what you see?
> I understand that, but wouldn't it be more logical if you had set
> Windows OS defaults so that less experienced (windows) admins don't
> have to bother with that?.
Regarding TCP timeout values I bet Microsoft plays with
defaults from OS to OS as well. Regarding reset on zero vc:
We did not know this behaviour when we first implemented
share modes, so it's a bit historic behaviour that we did
*not* kill all other clients coming from the same IP. And
because there's pros and cons for both approaches, we did
not change the default yet.
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