[Samba] Simply Accounting on Samba 2.2.5
bob at assuredcomp.com
Tue Jan 28 23:31:46 GMT 2003
Set up a share that only handles Simply Accounting and add these lines to it.
kernel oplocks = No
oplocks = No
level2 oplocks = No
XP wiped out an Access database for one of my clients until this list helped me
figure it out. Working with a *COPY* of your data, have 2 XP computers try to open
the same record at the same time, several times and see what happens. If your data
survives, you're set.
Samba 2.2.7a is better.
I hope this helps.
Tomas Florian (tflorian at telus.net) wrote*:
>I have recently migrated my Win NT4 server to Linux with Samba 2.2.5 :-)
>One of the applications we need to run is Simply Accounting 9.0 / 2003 in
>multi-user mode. The company that makes Simply Accounting sais the data
>must be shared from Win NT,2000 or XP but sharing it through Win 95,98 or
>Samba could corrupt it. I know that Simply Accounting stores the data in
>.SDB database file shared by all users with the usual .LDB lock file. I
>have also seen lot of posts about problems with multiuser database access to
>a MS Access database through Samba. Has anyone succesfully ran Simply
>Accounting from a samba share? What are the things I should watch out for
>to avoid data corruption? How can I test if the multiuser database is safe
>and can not be corrupted?
>tflorian at vrv.ca
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