[Samba] Curious timestamp bug in samba???
cmerrill at redhat.com
Tue Jan 18 15:31:52 GMT 2005
Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
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> Christian Merrill wrote:
> | Testing indicates that when a file located on a linux
> | samba share is modified from a windows client, the creation
> | date is modified along with the modification date. It
> | appears that samba doesn't differentiate between the two?
> | I know it's relatively minor in the great scheme of
> | things, but we have seen a few complaints regarding
> | this behavior. Any feedback would be welcome.
> See 'man 2 stat'. This is one of the semantic differences
> between UNIX file systems and Win32 ones.
> cheers, jerry
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I'm an idiot, thanks for the quick feedback.
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