[Samba] BUG: 2.2.6 and dos recusive filecopy

nicolaig nicolaig at orland-flystn.vo.mil.no
Tue Oct 29 14:43:26 GMT 2002

I've been using samba for some time now with about 20 users and with
remote installation of Windows XP from dos (TFTPboot image with dos
network drivers - ms client 1.6c).
On all releases (up to, and including 2.2.5) a recursive xcopy (from
dos) copied all files normally.
When I upgraded to samba 2.2.6, the recursive xcopy (win98 version of
xcopy.exe, copying from a mapped drive) only copied about half  the
files, skipping (for me, all had the same attributes/persmissions)
random files from random sub-directories.  When I moved the directory i
was copying to another share, it copied only 11 files of about 50.  I
later made a 'make revert', and with 2.2.5 everything was back to normal
and working.  If I copied the files manually before starting the winxp
install from dos (from the share), the setup seemed to stop, complaining
about missing files.  Everytime I ran my install-script, it was ALWAYS
the same files that were missing.
I am running Red Hat Linux 7.2.2 (kernel 2.4.9-34)
Another issue:  I sometimes get these problems:
[2002/10/29 12:54:34, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(384)
  root logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2002/10/29 12:56:13, 0]
  api_samr_set_userinfo: Unable to unmarshall SAMR_Q_SET_USERINFO.
[2002/10/29 13:01:13, 0] lib/util_sock.c:read_data(436)
  read_data: read failure for 4. Error = Connection reset by peer
[2002/10/29 13:40:06, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(384)
  root logged in as admin user (root privileges)
[2002/10/29 13:41:00, 0] smbd/oplock.c:oplock_break(796)
  oplock_break: receive_smb timed out after 30 seconds.
  oplock_break failed for file I386/$oem$/$1/sysprep/prepare.cmd (dev =
811, inode = 1652860, file_id = 456).
[2002/10/29 13:41:00, 0] smbd/oplock.c:oplock_break(868)
  oplock_break: client failure in oplock break in file
[2002/10/29 13:41:00, 0] smbd/reply.c:reply_lockingX(4489)
  root logged in as admin user (root privileges)

any clues?
Nicolai Grødum
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