[Samba] Windows XP and Samba 3.0.22 -- don't mix?

Gerald (Jerry) Carter jerry at samba.org
Wed Jun 14 16:29:10 GMT 2006

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Ryan Steele wrote:

> I'm not sure.  The production environment still experiences 
> this issue, it's just that I have trouble duplicating
> it in a test environment. However, the traffic in that
> production environment is significantly heavier so it
> would be most difficult to create a similar environment
> in a test realm with only one or two XP machines.  I'm
> still not sure what causes the daemons continue running
> on the server end.  I'll do my best to try and figure
> that out, Jerry, as I know it must be difficult when
> even the person reporting the bug can't consistently 
> reproduce the problem.  I suppose for now you can nix
> the bug report, until I've been able to sufficiently
> determine what causes this problem.  Thank you!

I added some comments about checking the tcp sessions
using netstat.  You might also try attaching to a "stuck"
process using `strace -p ${pid}`.  For the record,
I still have to be convinced there is a bug here
and not just confusing network behavior from Windows XP.

cheers, jerry
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