[PATCH] libsmbclient read-dir-plus
jra at samba.org
Tue Aug 29 19:36:24 UTC 2017
On Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 11:36:48AM -0700, Jeremy Allison via samba-technical wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 05:37:06PM +0530, Puran Chand wrote:
> > added patch file
> OK, I'm looking at this and it needs some changes. I'll get
> back to you soon with a modified version.
OK, here is a modified version I want you to base
future changes on.
First couple of things:
1). Removed (C) VMware statements you added on
every file touched. The git repo already will
track the VMware (C) and you've sent in the
form, so we don't need to litter the .c and .h
files with extra (C) statements.
2). Started using the modern Samba coding
style (DBG_XX statements instead of DEBUG,
modern spacing, one line per statement, etc.
etc.). libsmbclient is old, and has it's
own 'unique' style but we'll never fix it
to modern coding standards until we bite the
bullet and commit modern changes.
3). Re-using the client.h 'struct file_info'
as the struct to return from readdirplus
is the wrong decision. It's easy and convenient,
but ties the external API to the internal structs,
and they can get out of sync (expecially as you're
just re-using the definition). I changed this
to a struct libsmb_file_info that is only defined
inside libsmbclient and can be decoupled from
the internal definition.
4). Proving that file_info is the wrong
struct to use, you're returning DOS attribute
info in the 'mode' field of the struct,
as well as ignoring uid/gid. Rightly or
wrongly these are set to something reasonable
for the caller when you call libsmb_stat,
so these should be the same.
5). The best solution is to cause readdirplus
to return a structure containing the existing
system stat struct. smbc_stat() returns the
existing system stat struct, but wrapping it
in a containing struct for readdirplus allows
extra fields to be added/specified.
If you need to return the create time, look into
the code inside source3/lib/system.c - make_create_timespec().
This shows all the #definitions needed to
determine if the system has birthtime, or
what varient it may have.
6). Add an unsigned int 'flags' field
to readdirplus, with only one current
bit - LIBSMB_READDIRPLUS_STAT (1), which
means return the stat struct. That way,
if desired we can add the ability to return
extra fields such as security descriptor,
extended attributes - etc. All the possible
fields you can get from the SMB2Search calls.
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