[Samba] Log entries with truncated service names
miguelmedalha at sapo.pt
Wed Mar 18 23:14:41 GMT 2009
I am running Samba 3.2.8 over CentOS 5.2, with a LDAP back end.
On some days, not all, strange entries appear in the Samba logs. I get
entries like this:
[2009/03/18 18:35:09, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(1366)
aurora (192.168.0.22) couldn't find service netlogo
The real name of the service is of course "netlogon".
Another example for the share named "comercial":
[2009/03/13 09:48:00, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(1366)
ana (192.168.0.12) couldn't find service comercia
And so on. The name of the service appears truncated by ONE character,
the last one.
There is one less frequent exception to this rule:
[2009/03/18 14:51:47, 0] smbd/service.c:make_connection(1366)
antonia (192.168.0.21) couldn't find service
Here the service name does not appear at all. Al I get is one space
after the word "service".
Does anyone here know why this happens?
Also, the logs get filled with:
[<date><time>, 0] smbd/trans2.c:call_trans2qfsinfo(2568)
call_trans2qfsinfo: not an allowed info level (0x102) on IPC$.
This goes to several hundreds of kilobytes in just a few days:
What does this mean? I asked about this twice here but I didn't get an
answer. I searched in Google and I got nothing.
I would appreciate any help with these issues.
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