[PATCH] Fix smbclient regression not printing session setup anymore

Stefan Metzmacher metze at samba.org
Wed Jun 7 20:25:50 UTC 2017

Am 07.06.2017 um 22:17 schrieb Jeremy Allison:
> On Wed, Jun 07, 2017 at 08:07:20PM +0200, Stefan Metzmacher wrote:
>> Hi Jeremy,
>>>> We used to pass 'inhdr' to smb_bytes_talloc_string() before,
>>>> that way we got the alignment correct as the unicode characters
>>>> are aligned to the beginning of the SMB request buffer.
>>> Yep, I remember having to get that right a *LOOONG* time
>>> ago - that's why an alarm went off in a dim reptillian
>>> part of my brain when I first looked at the patch :-) :-).
>>>> In smb_bytes_pull_str() is designed to pull the string
>>>> just from the "bytes" part of the SMB request, which starts
>>>> at an odd offset relative to the start of the complete SMB request
>>>> buffer. I'm not 100% sure if that's also the case for chained requests,
>>>> but at least samba aligns the wct field of subsequent requests to a
>>>> 4-byte boundary, see smb_splice_chain() and smb1cli_req_chain_submit().
>>>> The attached patch should improve this, but it would be better to have
>>>> a regression test. I try to write a cmocka test for it with
>>>> Andreas in the next days.
>>> I'll review (and push if happy) the attached patch shortly.
>> Please only review and I'll sort out the details of the used
>> BUG: reference with Andreas tomorrow.
> OK, went through carefully and LGTM. RB+.
> Can you think about whether we should remove the
> bool align_odd parameter from internal_bytes_pull_str()
> as well though (for a future patch). It's not currently
> used at all and complicates the internal logic.

I guess I'll add trans2_bytes_pull_str() in future
similar to trans2_bytes_push_str(), so I'd like to keep
it similar to the push functions.


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