[Samba] "%S" doesn't parse to share name.
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu Jan 5 17:03:43 GMT 2006
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Francis Strickland wrote:
> Our smb.conf specifies share level logging with:
> log file = /var/log/samba/%S.log
> This results in a log file named "%S.log". I would expect something like
> sharename.log. Can anyone explain this? I have not been able to Google any
The %S is only valid within a given service (share definition).
Log files are reopened at various times but mostly outside the
context of a specific share so the %S variable does not make sense
in this context.
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