[Samba] Re: smb_proc_readX_data
gasch at eva.mpg.de
Wed Mar 2 09:19:25 GMT 2005
i have the same problems on SuSE and debian systems with shipped kernels
i was wondering why the samba team didn't respond to those mails from
you and tried smbclient, because smbfs ist not maintained by them
smbclient didn't show those problems (btw: cifs has not these problems
but produces some weird messages, too -> " CIFS VFS: Error 0xfffffff3 or
on cifs_get_inode_info in lookup")
hope this helps a little bit
Ognyan Kulev wrote:
> /* Cc: samba list */
> Vincent Marty wrote:
>> Hi Ogi !
>> Did you find a solution to the problem you described in a post in
>> linux.samba in dec 2004 ?
>> I get the same messages from Fedora Core 3 when accessing to a iMax
>> under Mac Os 10.3.
> Since I started to use Debian kernel 2.6.10 (in unstable), the problem
> disappeared. Fedora Core 3 uses 2.6.10 too so I don't know what to tell
> you. Debian kernels have many patches applied though. BTW this problem
> is filed in Debian BTS:
>> I'm using Debian unstable, with kernel-image-2.6.8-1-686-smp 2.6.8-10,
>> and samba 3.0.10-1. I smbmount a Windows 2003 share with MP3s. The
>> DC is Windows 2003 in mixed mode. When playing many of these MP3s,
>> there is a noticable delay and the following messages are logged into
>> Dec 22 13:03:24 roller kernel: smb_add_request: request [c0b0f660,
>> mid=22535] timed out!
>> Dec 22 13:03:24 roller kernel: smb_proc_readX_data: *offset* is
>> *larger* than SMB_READX_MAX_PAD or negative!
>> Dec 22 13:03:24 roller kernel: smb_proc_readX_data: -59 > 64 || -59 < 0
>> Every minute there is such message! I couldn't find anything with
>> Google :-( Can you help me?
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