[Samba] Browsing on the Network

Collen Blijenberg <MLHJ> systeembeheer at hermanjordan.nl
Thu Mar 25 07:52:23 GMT 2004


try "VI" or some other text editor !!?!
there are some files called log.smbd and log.nmbd
prob. in you /var dir of you samba root ..
(or /var/log/samba ??)

also are you running anny wind*s servers, or are they all workstations
Collen Blijenberg (MLHJ)

Wednesday, March 24, 2004, 8:00:29 PM, you wrote:

SA> thanks for replying.
SA> OS level is 65
SA> and how do I check the log file?
SA> Saad.

SA> ----- Original Message ----- 
SA> From: "Collen Blijenberg <MLHJ>" <systeembeheer at hermanjordan.nl>
SA> To: "Saad Ahmed" <saad at mantatest.com>
SA> Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 2:55 AM
SA> Subject: Re: [Samba] Browsing on the Network

>> what is your os level ??
>> check your log file to see who wins the master browser
>> election ??!
>> or maybe, you have buggy patch cables ?? (hehehe)
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> Collen Blijenberg (MLHJ)
>> Tuesday, March 23, 2004, 6:02:08 PM, you wrote:
>> SA> Our network is 30 computers, all running Windows 2000 and a
>> SA> few running NT4, 98 and XP. We have 1 Red Hat 9 running Samba.
>> SA> RedHat 9 is the master browser. 
>> SA> The problem is some of the times in Networking Neighbourhood
>> SA> on all Windows based machines, I just see two systems, Manta1
>> SA> (RH9) and a Rico (Windows XP). 
>> SA> The problem is fixed when I restart RH9 or restart Samba Services.
>> SA> Any other solution?
>> SA> Saad.
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