[Samba] Samba panic in encoding

Juer Lee juer.lee at raidtec.ie
Wed Dec 10 01:19:15 GMT 2003

Thanks, Jeremy,

In Samba2.2.8a, the encoding settings are "client code page = 850" and
"character set = ISO8859-1". In Samba3.0.1rc1, I use default setting like
"unix charset = UTF8". The Samba server is running under customize RedHat
7.2 Linux ( i386 ). The panic happened when I clicked on( maybe you need to
click it repeatedly to reproduce this issue) the folder with German
character name and Samba3.0.1rc1 is running, that folder was created when
Samba2.2.8a was running.
Are the information enough?

Thanks in advance


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy Allison" <jra at samba.org>
To: "Juer Lee" <juer.lee at raidtec.ie>
Cc: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2003 6:23 AM
Subject: Re: [Samba] Samba panic in encoding

On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 04:54:03PM +0800, Juer Lee wrote:
> Hi,
> Urgent help is needed ..
> I just upgraded Samba2.2.8a to Samba3.0.1rc1, but the fold I created
> on a share can not be accessed anymore. Say, there is a folder "áéfolder"
>  with some German characters ), it can be accessed in Samba2.2.8a; but it
> can NOT be accessed in Samba3.0.1rc1, it says 'The folder was moved or
> removed" on a Win2k client. I understand the reason should be
> is using Unicode on wire while the folder name is encoded differently in
> Samba2.2.8a. When I checked Samba logs, there is Samba panic says

When you get this panic, what are the character set encoding settings
in your smb.conf ? What system are you running this on ? I'm trying
to track this down....


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