[Samba] write_socket: Error writing 4 bytes to socket 5: ERRNO = connection
Anke & Max
ankemax at albanyis.com.au
Sat Feb 2 16:20:18 GMT 2002
Thanks for the reply. I did a search for "Error writing 4 bytes to socket" but it brought
up so many useless results that I gave up.(I was very tired) It would be great if the
seach could be on a phrase.
Anyway, the answer there could very deffinitly be my answer. Our ISP is always making big
changes without letting us know. I'll check this afternoon when I go back. School starts
> This comes from the archives, might be relevant:
> Basically, in their situation, it was a name resolution issue.
> Is there a DNS not working anymore, etc.?
> On Sat, Feb 02, 2002 at 10:08:43PM +0800, Anke & Max wrote:
> > Gidday All
> > I've got a problem accessing my schools samba server. When I left Friday
> > everything was working but there had been a power cut overnight and no
> > access this morning. The problem occurs both from pc's (win98) that are
> > setup for domain logins and pc's that are still peer to peer. Samba is the
> > primary domain controller.
> > I'm way over my depth in here Can ANYONE help? PLEASE
> > >From /var/log/samba/log.smb I get:
> > [2002/02/02 18:09:52, 1] smbd/server.c:main(641)
> > smbd version 2.0.10 started.
> > Copyright Andrew Tridgell 1992-1998
> > [2002/02/02 18:12:36, 0] lib/util_sock.c:write_socket_data(540)
> > write_socket: Error writing 4 bytes to socket 5: ERRNO = connection
> > reset by peer
> > [2002/02/02 18:12:36, 0] lib/util_sock.c:send.smb(754)
> > Error writing 4 bytes to client. -1. Exiting
> > When connecting from a PEER pc the error is the same except for "ERRNO =
> > connection reset by $"
> > >From the console I got:
> > [2002/02/02 18:12:36, 0] lib/debug.c:check_log_size(314)
> > check_log_size: open of debug file /var/log/samba/log.smb failed
> > using console
> > The log was large so I cp log.smb to log.smb.old and then deleted the
> > contents of log.smb
> > Hoping someone has some idea of what I've done/has happened
> > TIA
> > rgrds
> > max
> > Some more info. Mandrake 8.0, using webmin 0.84 to admin
> > On the domain controlled pc, it gives me the standard failed to provide valid username
> > password but on the peer pc, it gives me a network is busy error.
> > As well another error on bootup that may be unrelated is:
> > Feb 2 17:59:14 files sendmail:/usr/sbin/sendmail:error while loading shared
> > libraries: libsfio.so.1999: cannot load shared object files: No such file or directory
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