a new kernel-space server
ronniesahlberg at gmail.com
Tue Oct 2 23:11:01 UTC 2018
It seems to share a bunch with cifs.ko, nothing wrong with that
but aside fro the shared code, it looks like they needed very little
code to implement their server.
A tiny minimal smb server with a tiny footprint is always a good thing
to have imho.
A shame it runs in kernel and not userspace :-(
On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 3:43 AM Aurélien Aptel via samba-technical
<samba-technical at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> I've just found this new smb server implementation while randomly
> browsing github.
> Seems to have started ~2 years ago by (probably) Samsung given some of
> the copyrights statements.
> From the readme:
> > - Implemented
> > a. SMB1(CIFS), SMB2/3 protocols for basic file sharing
> > b. Dynamic crediting
> > c. Compound requests
> > d. Durable handle
> > e. oplock/lease
> > f. Large MTU
> > g. NTLM/NTLMv2
> > h. Auto negotiation
> > i. HMAC-SHA256 Signing
> > j. Secure negotiate
> > k. Signing Update
> > l. Preautentication integrity(SMB 3.1.1)
> > m. SMB3 encryption
> I had personally never heard about it.
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