[Samba] Writing operations to a Samba share fail

Elias Knuutila elias at elekno.fi
Fri Apr 24 07:33:46 GMT 2009

elias at elekno.fi kirjoitti:
> Walter Mautner kirjoitti:
>> Am Thursday 23 April 2009 08:33:44 schrieb elias at elekno.fi:
>>> Walter Mautner kirjoitti:
>>>> Am Tuesday 21 April 2009 13:30:28 schrieb Elias Knuutila:
>> ......
>>>>> error packet at smbd/nttrans.c(95) cmd=160 (SMBnttrans)
>>>> Looks like a forced reiserfschk is overdue.
>>> Have you experienced this personally? I didn't find any sign of
>>> scheduled file system checking in the system, that would conflict with
>>> samba. Hope that corrupt file system itself is not causing this. But
>>> this is output from debugreiserfs command:
>> Don't think too complicated. I just meant it is time to unmount and 
>> run a full forced filesystem check.
>> And yes, these messages do look like some corruption took place.
>> If you want to be certain, access the same files natively from *nix 
>> and you may see if it's still possible.
>> Also make sure you have a good backup. The devil is chronically 
>> sleepless ...
> All the native linux operations are OK, this is why I was writing to
> Samba list in first place :)
> But thanks, I'll have to wait for a moment when no other users need the
> server, to run the file system check.
I did a reiserfs check and fixed two problems with --fix-fixable. Reboot 
and ran a check again, filesystem was OK with no errors. Problem still 
persists. Any ideas?

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