[Samba] Re: How Samba let us down
Chris de Vidal
cdevidal at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 23 06:45:01 GMT 2002
--- Bartlomiej Solarz-Niesluchowski
<B.Solarz-Niesluchowski at wsisiz.edu.pl> wrote:
> At 08:13 2002-10-23, you wrote:
> >The printers were missing some of the records sent
> >them to print, something that had never happened
> >Netware. Every time the missing records were
> >different. Occasionally, it would work right.
> >Oplocks (kernel, level I and II) were left to
> >(turned on).
> This is known bug - on my setup (600 clients/6500
> users/2TB hdd space) all
> print jobs are printed without problems but when you
> look on print manager
> it can talk that it is printer error on hangup
> client machine.
> As I read you must wait to samba 2.2.6 (it will be
> in some days - currently
> it is samba 2.2.6 rc4) where this bug will be
> corrected (bug = weird "work"
> of print manager).
The actual queues are on an NT server. This server
merely acts as a large spool area. Are you using
Samba as the spool area only or using Samba printing
Our printouts are not fine (corrupt), and we are not
using a Windows print manager but a DOS BARR machine.
We look forward to using Samba again at a later
version; this might indeed be a bug that gets fixed
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