Fwd: Re: [Samba] fcntl lock failed at large offset: pretty urgent
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Wed Dec 3 14:50:06 GMT 2003
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Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2003 15:48:13 +0100 (MET)
From: "Thomas Bork" <knuffelmail at gmx.de>
To: Jeremy Allison <jra at samba.org>
Subject: Re: [Samba] fcntl lock failed at large offset: pretty urgent
> > More info of setup:
> > The version of Samba I have is a precompiled Debian package, and
> > downloaded from the site referred to by www.samba.org
> > I'm not sure what the build options were for this, but I will try and
> > find out.
> Running smbd -d10 will cause smbd to write build info into log.smb
> > When you say Samba can be configured to use 64 bit filesystems, is this
> > a compile time option? Is there a way of checking if the version I have
> > has this enabled? Perhaps I should build from source.
> It's checked for at compile time. You need to be looking for
> something like HAVE_STRUCT_FLOCK64 which is what we use for
> 64 bit locking.
> > The setup is:
> > Linux samba 3.0.0 server, serving files from local disk
> > Win95,98,xp-pro clients mounting smb shares as a workgroup
> > Windows software that wants to set a lock at 2^32-16
> What filesystem on the local disk ? Do you have a debug level 10
> of the problem ? Have you tried any of the 3.0.1pre releases
> (although I don't remember changes in this area).
I saw this Problem also with Samba 2.2.7(?) compiled on a SuSE system
running on the system of www.eisfair.org. I had to compile samba direct on
eisfair system to eleminate this error.
Is there any chance to negotiate nessesary parameters at running time and
not at compile time?
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