[Samba] Samba 3 problems with file read/writes
fmouse at fmp.com
Tue Aug 26 02:54:23 GMT 2003
I should add to this that the Win system running Homesite is Win95.
Thus spake Lindsay Haisley on Mon, Aug 25, 2003 at 02:03:11PM CDT
> I just updated my web server box, running Debian testing, to samba v3, and
> am having some problems with a share. Can anyone advise me on this?
> I have a share called "allsrvr" which is defined in my smb.conf file as
> follows. Please note that security isn't an issue here. The server is
> connected to my home system via a VPN and all smb/cifs ports are closed to
> the world at the router at my colocation, so I can be liberal with my
> hosts allow = all
> admin users = fmouse, cheryl, mnature, cdbooks
> path = /
> mangle case = yes
> preserve case = yes
> writable = true
> dos filemode = yes
> I can mount this share OK, and do simple file operations, but something
> changed between Samba 2 and Samba 3 which makes file operations from my HTML
> editor, HomeSite, go south, although they worked fine with Samba 2.
> Homesite modifies files on the server using a samba share. It makes a
> temporary working copy of a file in the same directory as the live copy,
> prefixed with "~hs". The built-in browser (IE) accesses this file and
> updates whenever characters are typed in the code editor pane. The
> temporary file is apparently not being created, or is getting created with
> less than all the data, and saves back to the live file often end up with a
> zero length file, trashing all the work that's gone into it :-(
> My log.smb shows entries such as the following:
> [2003/08/25 11:25:19, 0] lib/util_sock.c:read_socket_data(342)
> read_socket_data: recv failure for 4. Error = Connection reset by peer
> [2003/08/25 11:25:19, 1] smbd/service.c:close_cnum(873)
> humbug (188.8.131.52) closed connection to service allsrvr
> humbug is the name of the win box. On the Windows side, I get a non-helpful
> "I/O error" and then a notice that "another process has modified the file.
> Reload?" and if I say yes, I get the zero length file loaded.
> I've tried mucking with various lock and caching parameters in smb.conf with
> no luck. This all worked fine with Samba 2. Can anyone give me any help?
> I'll be glad to try anything and report the results.
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