[Samba] Missing files on Windows client side.
jojowil at hvcc.edu
Tue Jun 14 20:33:35 GMT 2005
On Tue, 14 Jun 2005, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 01:54:44PM +0200, joop.martens at lekkerland.nl wrote:
> > In a directory with approximately 6000 files, several files are missing on
> > the Windows side.
> > If I check the directory on Unix (AIX) they are all there.
> > As far as I can see there's nothing strange with this files en I can't see
> > any connection between the missing files.
> > It looks like it's randomly.
> > A few examples of missing files:
> > FAKTREF.10062005.16 (See debug information)
> > cum1406.csv
> > The only thing that I can see in the debug is the following line near each
> > missing file:
> > get_lanman2_dir_entry: out of space
> Ok, I've tried to recreate this on a Linux system with 10,000 files
> in a directory and cannot. I explicitly set debug level and ensured
> there were many :
> get_lanman2_dir_entry: out of space
> messages in the log. This means there isn't a problem with this code
> path as such, but may be a problem with an AIX specific implementation.
> The new large directory code depends on opendir/telldir/readdir/rewinddir
> all working correctly - I'm slightly worried in that your log contains
> the message :
I didn't catch the AIX ver, but there could be several issues from
downlevel bos.rte.filesystems to a need for fsck on the fs in question.
I wonder if the smbd exceeded 256MB of real memory. There's a default one
segment limit and if there is a leak in bos.rte.lvm, bos.rte.libc or
bos.ret.filesystems code, it could take a loooooong time to find. I'd
upgrade the AIX machine to the latest maintenance level and try again :-)
> get_lanman2_dir_entry:readdir on dirptr 0x20044568 now at offset 0
> Offset zero usually means the start of the directory - the offset hasn't
> yet been initialized. Getting this near a "get_lanman2_dir_entry: out of space"
> looks like something may be wrong in the directory code under AIX.
> Can you try and reproduce this on a non-AIX system.
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