[Samba] Problems with VFS Recycle on SLES9

Matthias Spork hallo at matthiasspork.de
Tue Feb 22 08:57:30 GMT 2005


you have to use "recycle:versions=True"

        vfs object = recycle

Building 0 Byte-Files is a Feature/Bug from this Editor.


J. Strohschnitter schrieb:

>Hi list,
>I have running samba 3.0.9 on a SuSE Enterprise-Server 9 with Kernel 2.6.5. Samba works
>very well but In have one problem while using the recycle vfs with samba:
>when I save a file (with wordpad or editor ...) to the network-share, a 0 byte-file will
>automaticly be saved to the trash-folder. 
>After removing the file from the network-share, the real file (>0 byte) will be stored 
>to the trash. Thats ok. But now I created a file named the same filename than the deleted 
>file, the new file was again created as 0-byte file to the trash. And the trashfile was 
>overwritten with 0 byte.
>So my questions are: 
>1)How do I have to configure the recycle-object that no 0-Byte file was
>automaticly created on the network-share ?
>I have tried all possible parameters (touch and versions) to turn off or on, but no effect.
>2)If 1 isn't possible, how can I prevent the creation of the 0-Bytefile over the existing
>file, without using the version-parameter ?
>Hope someone can help to fix this problem. Here is my section with vfs-recycle from the
>   path = /server/shared
>   oplocks = true
>   create mode = 0775
>   directory mode = 0775
>   admin users = supervisor
>   read only = no
>   veto files = /*.scr/*.mpeg/*.mp3/*.eml/*.nws/*.{*}/
>   ;
>   ; options for trashbox
>   ;
>   vfs objects =  recycle
>   recycle:repository = .Papierkorb/%u
>   recycle:keeptree = yes
>   recycle:versions = no
>   recycle:touch = yes
>   recycle:exclude = ?~$*,~$*,*.tmp,*.pqi,*.scr,*.eml,*.mpg,*.mpeg,*.mov,*.mpe,*.mp3
>   recycle:exclude_dir= PMAIL,PMail,pmail

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