dragos.delcea at farmexim.ro
Mon Nov 19 06:53:05 GMT 2001
On Monday 19 November 2001 03:09 pm, Andre Klocke wrote:
> What kind of propblems are you talking about? Is it fixed in 2.2.2?
> (Question to all others!!!)
> Well, I hope everything will work all right, because we would get trouble
> in the other way.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dragos" <dragos.delcea at farmexim.ro>
> To: "Andre Klocke" <andre.klocke at stb-datenservice.de>; "Samba Mailingliste"
> <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Monday, November 19, 2001 12:25 PM
> Subject: Re: Kernel Oplocks
> > On Monday 19 November 2001 11:21 am, Andre Klocke wrote:
> > > Hallo.
> > >
> > > We want to use the switch "kernel oplocks = yes". It only works with
> > > linux-2.4.x. Do i have to configure somthing in the Kernel to suppotr
> > > feature, or is it supported automatically????
> > >
> > > Thanks, Andre
> > it is supported automatically on a 2.4 kernel, but beware, as there are
> > problems reported with samba 2.2 releases (I haven't yet tried 2.2.2, but
> > until 2.2.1a it misbehaves) with kernel oplocks on.
> > cheers, dragos
I had problems with logon scripts that were longer than 8.3 standard dos
filename; the misfunction was erratic, for some hosts worked, for some, not,
they were all the same win98, so the problem was very hard to track down; the
day I changed it to no, it worked flawlessly ever since...
anyway, as I understand, this functionality was most needed for those who had
samba shares on a NFS mounted directories, or for those who have access from
samba and linux simoultaneousely (is this a word!?)
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