[Samba] hanging smbd(s) revisited
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Wed Mar 1 14:47:08 GMT 2006
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Fermin Molina wrote:
>> Samba assumes posix locking semantics on the filesystem.
>> NFS locking is broken. You might try setting
>> 'strict locking = no'. If that doesn't work, you might
>> try 'posix locking = no' just as a test.
> Well, but I think the problem isn't located in the locking
> of NFS files; smbd daemons always get stalled doing a lock
> of "local" locking.tdb file. Then, must be broken the
> ext3 locking? In any case, maybe it's broken all locking
> system in linux kernel...
I understand the problem description. I stand by my
> Regarding another subject, I cannot try those settings
> because now that the information is 'local' to samba
> machine and not further mounted from the NFS server, there
> haven't been any problems...
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