Information about smb.log
John N S Gill
jng at renre-europe.com
Wed Oct 4 15:40:35 GMT 2000
I'm afraid the only reliable way is to get a copy of the source code.
The good news is samba is open source :)
Many of the messages in the log files are a bit cryptic, you can
usually get a good idea of what it is doing, but finding out exactly
what the problem may well involve looking at the source.
You can also use debug in the config file (see man page for smb.conf)
to control the amount written to logs, making it more verbose might
The other good bit of news is these messages at least include the
source file name and line number that is responsible for the message.
> Dear Samba Gurus,
> where can i get information about errormessages in smb.log
> file ?
> What is the meening from this messages:
> [2000/09/19 10:09:59, 0] lib/util_sock.c:(376)
> read_data: read failure. Error = Connection timed out
> [2000/09/19 10:21:54, 0] lib/util_sock.c:(376)
> read_data: read failure. Error = Connection reset by peer
> Can you help me ?
> Ralph Weiman
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