[Samba] Samba using ADS
james.chavez at sanmina-sci.com
Mon Dec 29 19:14:55 GMT 2008
My friend you are the man. If ever in Phoenix I owe you a beer.
Do you know of any ramifications of altering this? As long as only one
person accesses the file at a time I should be OK I would think. The
smb.conf man page says that smbd keeps it's own locks and tries to match
these to posix locks for files opened by local or nfs access. At least I
understand it that way. I think I should be ok as these files will only
be accessed from these samba sessions.
Thank you again
On Mon, 2008-12-29 at 19:54 +0100, Volker Lendecke wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 10:50:10AM -0800, Chavez, James R. wrote:
> > I did not mention that the data I am sharing out is actually mounted
> > through NFS off of other boxes. Perhaps that helps with the NFS mentoin
> > in the log.
> Try "posix locking = no".
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