[Samba] deleting files problem
bd at emtex.com
Mon Dec 9 13:50:00 GMT 2002
your bet was right.. fumbling fingers and neglected running
imangling method = hash2
don't work :-(
mangling method = hash2
Luckily, I'm only using this server for testing
how well samba works under load, so all data is
considered junk at all times ... hopefully, in a
few weeks, it will be heading for production though
and I'll be rid of the last windoze server in my
Thanks to all
daniel.jarboe at custserv.com wrote:
> My bet was hash2 too... what exactly was it that you tried? Did you
> repopulate the directory after setting the new mangling method? Not
> sure, but it might make a difference (i.e. copy the files from the
> server to somewhere safe, set mangling method = hash2 in smb.conf,
> restart samba, copy files back to the server, see if things work
> better). I haven't needed to do this (I started with mangling method
> already set to hash2), so no guarentees it will fix anything, but it's
> what I would try first if I were in your situation.
> ~ Daniel
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Dossett
> Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 7:18 AM
> To: samba list
> Subject: Re: [Samba] deleting files problem
> David Morel wrote:
>>Bill Dossett wrote:
>>>I've got what I think is a pretty weird problem.
>>>I'm using redhat 8.0 and their latest samba rpm 2.2.7.
>>>I have a directory
>>>with about 600 tiff files in it.
>>>When I go this directory and try and delete them,
>>>it deletes about 100 of them or so, but while this
>>>is going on, it says:
>>have you tried setting : mangling method = hash2 in smb.conf ?
>>in directories with lots of similar filenames, it might help.
> tried that, made no difference... this isn't really a production
> system yet so I can pretty much do what I want to with it....
> any other ideas welcome...
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