[Samba] IPC$ service

Javid Abdul-AJAVID1 AJAVID1 at motorola.com
Fri Aug 16 07:26:01 GMT 2002

 even i  noticed it, similar environment like yours
i thought IPC$ share is windows service share, the firstone to be created
can someobody elobarate on this plz

-----Original Message-----
From: David Evans-Roberts
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Sent: 8/16/02 10:05 AM
Subject: [Samba] IPC$ service

We use samba purely as for file serving from Solaris 7 or 8 servers.
PDC and BDCs are NT machines.  We have been using Samba 2.0.7, but used
2.2.5 for a new server.  One noticeable difference is that smbstatus
lists a
number of entries "IPC$         nobody   nobody" which we did not see in
2.0.7.  Is this normal in 2.2.5 or something I should be ivestigating?  

trout# smbstatus

Samba version 2.2.5
Service      uid      gid      pid     machine
dar3338$     npb      ports     4109   beldon   ( Fri Aug
12:30:21 2002
der3339$     rbe      hm        3828   ettrick  ( Fri Aug
09:02:23 2002
ddr3325$     hai      rpu       3997   leith    ( Fri Aug
11:58:58 2002
IPC$         nobody   nobody    3828   ettrick  ( Fri Aug
10:26:36 2002
djr3328$     rma      hm        3849   glespin  ( Fri Aug
10:01:06 2002
ddr3330$     ngf      ports     3058   cargen   ( Thu Aug
14:34:11 2002
IPC$         nobody   nobody    3621   moffat   ( Thu Aug
16:13:51 2002
IPC$         nobody   nobody    3849   glespin  ( Fri Aug
10:00:54 2002
ddr3325$     ngf      ports     3058   cargen   ( Thu Aug
16:26:28 2002


David Evans-Roberts


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