[Samba] Quotas and Win98 clients

Christophe Boulain Christophe.Boulain at ceram.fr
Wed Feb 27 03:01:06 GMT 2002


I don't know what has happened during my last tests, but now, it works fine

I removed my dfree script, and re-check disk usage and disk quota from win
Me and from
win 98, and both were ok !

smbstatus returns the login of the user who connect the share.

Thanks for help and sorry for bother you !


> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Christian Barth [mailto:barth at cck.uni-kl.de]
> Envoye : mercredi 27 fevrier 2002 10:30
> A : samba at lists.samba.org; Christophe Boulain
> Objet : Re: [Samba] Quotas and Win98 clients
> What does smbstatus say about the connections from the win98 clients?
> Which username? The owner of the proccess is not that relevat,
> because smbd's swap the effecive uid. If smbstatus shows root as
> username that's the source of your problem and a huge security
> problem! Who is the unix-owner of files created by win98 clients?
> The source of the problem may be that you have "map to guest = bad
> user" and "guest account = root". Check you smb.conf, use testparam.
> Christian

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