[Samba] another user or process has modified the document - set
information2 request - last write
ns at vivid-planet.com
Mon Apr 25 16:40:58 GMT 2005
Imagine this scenario:
I'm running samba 3.0.10 on debian sarge and i mount there a
mount -t smbfs -o uername=niko,password=xxx //niko/test /mnt
On the windows-client (WinXP SP2, same with win2k) i have a local user
named "niko" and a share ("test") where "niko" has full-access-rights.
1. I open a file "foo" on the windows-machine with Macromedia HomeSte,
change one by and save it
2. I open the file on the linux-machine (less /mnt/foo)
3. then when i close the file on the linux-machine (q)
4. i get the message on the windows-machine: "Another user or process
has modified the document..." "Do you with to relaod it?"
(after alt+tab, alt+tab to reactivate HomeSite)
using Ethereal on the windows-machine i found out that the linux-machine
sends a "Set Information2 Request" to the windows-machine where it sets
"Last Access" and "Last Write" ("Created" has no time specified)!
"Last access" is set correctly the the current time of the linux-machine
when less was quitted, and "last write" is too set correctly to the time
when i saved the file in step 1.
But i wonder why "last write" is set?
any ideas/suggestions for my problem?
thanks for any help
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