[Samba] OS X 10.4.1 ( Tiger ) client borked
cliffw at easystreet.com
Mon May 23 20:31:38 GMT 2005
On Mon, 23 May 2005 07:53:42 -0500
"Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org> wrote:
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> cliffw wrote:
> | Appears Apple messed something up in 10.4,and 10.4.1.
> | Attempting to connect to a 3.0.14a server (debian unstable)
> | from an OS X client causes OS X Finder to hang, and puts
> | these errors in the samba server logs:
> | [2005/05/22 21:48:20, 0] rpc_parse/parse_prs.c:prs_mem_get(537)
> | prs_mem_get: reading data of size 2 would overrun buffer.
> | [2005/05/22 21:48:20, 0] rpc_server/srv_pipe.c:api_pipe_bind_req(919)
> | api_pipe_bind_req: unable to unmarshall RPC_HDR_RB struct.
> | Apparently it's also causing breakage in some NAS boxes
> | ( Adaptec's Snap is mentioned )
> |>From a 'level 2' guy on Apple's support forum ( re: a Snap report ):
> | "Tiger does a kind of authentication called NTLMv2,
> | which Panther did not attempt to do. NTLMv2 is more secure than
> | the kind of authentication Panther did, but Snap may not support
> | it correctly. Snap grants Tiger only "guest" access instead of the
> | full user access requested, and "guest" access is not sufficient
> | to even get a list of the files. Panther works OK with Snap because
> | it doesn't attempt MTLMv2 authentication. "
> | Any chance this is the same problem i'm seeing?
> Possibly. Can you send me a level 10 debug log from
> smbd and a raw ethereal trace file? tcpdump is fine
> if you use this following command:
> tcpdump -w dump.pcap -s 0 -i eth0 port 139 or port 445
I did two tests for you, but nothing captured on port 445.
Two tarballs of test logs, and one tcpdump file enclosed
> cheers, jerry
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