[Samba] Wierd 8.3 Name Mangling
tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Tue Nov 2 21:02:35 GMT 2004
On Tue, Nov 02, 2004 at 03:28:57PM -0500, Brian White wrote:
> I've installed Samba 3.0.7 (stock Debian package), but I'm having some
> wierd problems with name mangling. The relevant lines in smb.conf are:
> preserve case = yes
> short preserve case = yes
> mangled names = yes
> mangle prefix = 5
> mangling method = hash2
> In a share, I did "touch test-file.GHO" to create a long filename. When
> I do a "dir" under DOS, however, it shows:
> TVTSSK~S GHO 0 11-02-04 3:07p test-file.GHO
> I can't see how samba came up with this mangled name. I tried changing
> the mangle prefix and/or mangle method but it made no difference. I made
> sure I killed the "smbd" process after any changes I made and can see it
> being restarted and a new TCP connection established to it.
> Any ideas? Thanks!
I've had similar problems before. I never did get to the root cause but
chnageing the value of "max protocol" and restarting generally got me to
a workign setup.
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