[Samba] Re: inconsistent caching - bug?
tdavis at approbation.org
Fri Jun 21 10:51:12 GMT 2002
Thank you. I verified that this is the issue. I renamed one of the
files and the contents became different as they should have been. Any
samba developers have an answer for this one?
Kenneth Loafman wrote:
> As far as Windows goes, File1.txt and FILE1.TXT are the same file.
> Windows is somewhat case aware, but not case sensitive. I don't know
> how Samba resolves these, but I've seen Windows get really confused with
> this situation, especially with two directories of the same name (doc
> and DOC).
> Terry Davis wrote:
>>Does anyone have any ideas with this problem I am having. I really
>>appreciate the help.
>>Terry Davis wrote:
>>>I am seeing some inconsistencies on files that have very similar names.
>>>Here is my share:
>>> comment = FTP Directories
>>> path = /home
>>> browsable = yes
>>> writeable = no
>>> valid users = @csr, at system, at technical, at financial
>>> write list = @system
>>> force group = csr
>>> create mode = 0664
>>> directory mode = 0775
>>>I have a person in the csr group trying to open two files:
>>>-rw-rw-r-- 1 13301 csr 108681 Jun 20 12:37 File1.txt
>>>-rw-rw-r-- 1 13301 csr 170180 Jun 20 12:32 FILE1.TXT
>>>They are named exactly like that, I made no name changes.
>>>The sizes are different but the contents that are displayed to the user
>>>are exactly the same. I am wondering if samba is improperly showing the
>>>user cached contents. I am also seeing a lot of lockups with users on
>>>this share. They are accessing the share read-only so oplock parameters
>>>wont help me there. Any ideas on that issue as well?
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