question about file write time update?
ssdl.566 at 163.com
Tue Mar 13 00:59:46 UTC 2018
Thanks for the reply!
" For SMB3+ unix extensions, we could just report the underlying
with smb3+unix extensions, we can pass the windows tests?
I want to know the reason?
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在2018年03月12 22时49分, "Jeremy Allison"<jra at samba.org>写道:
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 12:36:33PM +0800, ssdl.566 wrote:
> Hi Jeremy:
> First of all, thank you very much for your replies to my previous
> Recently, I have a question about write time update on normal
> I noticed that the file will be marked modified 2 second later
> after first write , and the write time didnot get changed for subsequent writes
> until close.
> I want to know why? is this the requirement by protocol? for what
> another question:
> is it possible that samba donot manage write time in tdb, just
> store and fetch file write time from underlying filesystem instead?
Nope. If we do it that way we don't pass the Windows tests.
Windows has a delayed write time update (remember, SMBX is
just "Windows on the wire") as part of the NTFS spec, and
so to match application expected behavior we must do it as
For SMB3+ unix extensions, we could just report the underlying
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