[SOLVED?] write_socket_data bug
otto.giesenfeld at springtime.nu
Tue Nov 28 23:57:42 GMT 2000
There seems to be relatively little information on DNS administration
online. "Buy the book" is the most common advice. But Ask Mr DNS,
is a good place to start for online resources, and for the record, we
have done reasonably well without books where I work. / Otto
From: Steve McClary [mailto:scm at mrwassoc.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2000 7:16 PM
To: Otto Giesenfeld
Cc: samba at samba.org
Subject: RE: [SOLVED?] write_socket_data bug
This sounds like exactly the solution to the problems I've been having -
could someone describe the process of adding reverse DNS in simple terms
for novices like me?
Many thanks - the list has been quite helpful and I appreciate the
gathered wisdom of all you subscribers.
At 04:46 PM 11/28/2000 +0100, Otto Giesenfeld wrote:
I can confirm that adding reverse address lookup seems to solve the
problem. Since we added reverse DNS about a week ago, there has not been
a single write_socket_data error message in the samba logs. Many thanks
for this useful tip.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lee Howard [mailto:faxguy at deanox.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 8:02 PM
> To: samba at us5.samba.org
> Subject: [SOLVED?] write_socket_data bug
> Folks, I think that my write_socket_data problems have been
> solved thanks
> to a good pointer by someone last week on the list.
> The system in question runs named in addition to smb, and I
> did not have a
> reverse-DNS file set up for the local, private-IP
> (192.168.x.x), domain.
> Since I did that on Friday afternoon these are my logs:
> [root at virtue samba]# grep "write_socket_data" * | grep "2000/11/13"
> log.smb:[2000/11/13 16:01:39, 0]
> [root at virtue samba]# grep "write_socket_data" * | grep "2000/11/14"
> [root at virtue samba]# grep "write_socket_data" * | grep "2000/11/15"
> [root at virtue samba]#
> Normally, this system has had about 10 write_socket_data
> errors per day
> since the errors started occuring, so the logs listed above
> show a dramatic
> improvement, and my guess would be that I probably won't see
> any more of it
> in the degree that I have seen it before.
> Thanks all,
> Lee Howard
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