Windows vs POSIX directory rename with open files behaviour
rb at sernet.de
Thu Jan 22 10:40:28 MST 2015
On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 09:19:36AM -0800, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 10:17:35AM +0100, Ralph Böhme wrote:
> > Hi!
> > Bug: <https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11065>
> > Looks like Apple's SMB server deviates from the standard in that it
> > allows renames of directories with open files. As specified in , a
> > SMB server MUST deny renames of directories with open files with an
> > error code of STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED.
> > Haven't checked yet whether there are dependencies on protocol level,
> > capabilities or something else. The basic behaviour is just that with
> > a 10.10 -> 10.9|10 SMB2 connection, renaming directories with open
> > files works.
> > Possible patch: <https://bugzilla.samba.org/attachment.cgi?id=10648>
> > Thoughts? :)
> Is this only with the AAPL create context added ?
no, it's the same with a SMB1 connection.
> Does the Apple SMB server allow renames with a
> normal Windows SMB2 create context, ...
That's not how Apple uses the AAPL create context: it's *not* passed
in every create request, but only in an *initial* create on the share
root path. That initial, unique AAPL request and reply serve as an
additional capability negotation transport. :)
> ...not including
> the AAPL context, or does it disallow them like
> the Windows server does.
> I'm happy we know about this, but I'm worried
> about emulating bugs in a third party server
> (we have enough of our own :-).
I'd say it's not a bug, but Apple is trying to squeeze out POSIX
The original bug report that shoved me into investigating this was
saying that the OS X Finder occasionally wasn't able to rename folder
on a Samba 4.1.16 server, for the reason that there were open files
(.DS_Store, used by the Finder itself to store directory appearance
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