[Samba] Text File Corruption Writing from Windows to Linux NFS Share.

shunter at ddci.com shunter at ddci.com
Tue Mar 24 15:31:14 GMT 2009

No, sendfile is not enabled.  The default is false, and I haven't changed 


Kums <kumaran.rajaram at gmail.com> 
03/24/2009 08:25 AM

shunter at ddci.com
Volker.Lendecke at sernet.de, samba at lists.samba.org
Re: [Samba] Text File Corruption Writing from Windows to Linux NFS Share.

On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 7:30 AM, <shunter at ddci.com> wrote:
Yes, I did.  I tried them separately and together.  Made no difference.
Any text file copied to a SFU share has each byte replaced with a null
character.   Any PDF (or zip or exe) file copied fails to copy.  I'm going
to turn debug up to about 10 and stare at it some more.  Perhaps I can
find a test case that will tell me something.

Is sendfile option enabled in smb.conf? If yes, can you try disabling it 
(use sendfile = no), restart SMB, and run your verification tests?


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