[Samba] : Win XP Client does not remove directories
bjoern.mayer at siempelkamp.com
Fri May 5 07:37:05 GMT 2006
1. here are the ethereal-files.
I think the names are kind of self-explanatory, but anyway i will
explain it shortly:
The following files were recorded from a Windows-XP-Client, who was not
able to delete a directory on the Samba-Share on the Server 172.20.6.252:
In the second log i additionaly put a file into the directory, which
should be removed.
The following file was recorded from a Windows-XP-Client, who was able
to delete a directory on the Samba-Share on the Server 172.20.6.252:
I additionaly made a new file today, which is recorded from a "not
working" windows client accessing a Test-"Windows Share", where
directory removing still worked well.
Jeremy Allison wrote:
> What does this error mean ? "Datei oder Verzeichnis
> nicht gefunden". That's the strerror output string when
> the remove_directory call fails.
In english this means
"File or Directory not found."
Mark Johnson wrote:
>I had a problem very similiar to this with roaming profiles. The
>cause came down to the client and the servers time was not sync'd up.
>I never figured out how far off it needed to be before it broke it,
but >once I sync'd the time, I've never had a problem with the
First of all, there are no roaming profiles here, but nevertheless i
gave it a try, but this didn't help.
Today i have a new client, who behaves like that, but for example my own
PC never showed this behaviour and believe me in the last days i tried
very much to delete directories ;).
By the way:
I have found some other users in the net, who seem to have a similar
I also found some interesting reports, talking about fam:
Maybe the bahaviour of windows is sometimes similar with
GUI-Finux-Filemanagers using fam (whatever fam exactly does).
Always wondering about the spirit of computers and there operating
Jeremy Allison wrote:
> On Wed, May 03, 2006 at 09:12:54AM +0200, Björn Mayer wrote:
>> its me again. I have to post an addition to my problem described below.
>> Yesterday my error occured again on the same client, who had this
>> problem last time. I took the chance to do some network sniffing and
>> compared the traffic from the sometimes bad working client to a good
>> working client.
>> The interesting fact about this is now, that windows sends two different
>> types of delete requests ("Delete Directory Request (0x01)" and
>> First of all here are the relevant captured packets from a well working
> Don't send text versions of network traces - they aren't much
> use in debugging. Can you send in the actual ethereal trace files
> please ?
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