[Samba] linux_set_kernel_oplock: Refused oplock on file.
F_SETLEASE semantic problem ?
jra at samba.org
Thu Jun 15 16:36:48 GMT 2006
On Thu, Jun 15, 2006 at 11:39:21AM +0200, Cedric Delfosse wrote:
> (Samba 3.0.21c / kernel 2.4.27 / Debian Sarge)
> One of my user open a file (located on a SAMBA server) in its
> application, and when he tries to save it, he gets a "share violation"
> error. (other people have this problem too).
> This error happens since I upgraded the SAMBA server from 3.0.14a to
> smbstatus for this file:
> 32613 DENY_WRITE 0x20089 RDONLY NONE
> /home/user/J84400os-V8 Thu Jun 15 10:46:05 2006
> Samba log when trying to save the file:
> [2006/06/15 10:50:44, 2] smbd/open.c:open_file(350)
> user1 opened file J84400os-V8 read=Yes write=No (numopen=12)
> [2006/06/15 10:50:44, 3] smbd/oplock_linux.c:linux_set_kernel_oplock(161)
> linux_set_kernel_oplock: Refused oplock on file J84400os-V8,
> fd = 33, dev = b, inode = 2621998. (Resource temporarily unavailable)
You can turn off kernel oplocks with "kernel oplocks = no"
in your smb.conf. You might want to try 3.0.22 (or the 3.0.23RC2)
instead as we made changes in this area.
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