[Samba] Why %M makes two log files?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri Nov 12 21:35:33 GMT 2004
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| On Fri, Nov 12, 2004 at 08:34:28AM -0500, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
|>> But the result is the same, I also get
|>> empty log files with an IP number in addition to the
|>> correct log files with the client's netbios name.
|>> samba-3.0.7 and 3.0.8.
| Not only that: I also have "smbd.log" and "log.smbd".
| smbd.log is always empty.
Do you mean log.smbd is 0 bytes ?
The process is like this...
- - smbd starts up and open a debug file to log and
issues parsing smb.conf
- - smbd reads a new log file directive from smbd and
so reopens the new debug file
- - smbd gets a connection from a client and forks
a copy of itself opening a new log file based on the ip
address of the socket connection
- - smbd gets the netbios session setup or the SPNEGO
NTLMSSP session setup request and reopens the new log
file in the machines netbios name (log.%m)
What you are seeing is behavipr by design.
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