[Samba] Can only see files one level deep
d.k.emaillists at gmail.com
Mon Jun 14 22:18:25 MDT 2010
That is also essentially what I am experiencing.
On 2010-06-14, at 6:10 PM, "William P.N. Smith"
<w_smith at compusmiths.com> wrote:
> I'm having a problem that I'm not sure is related. OSX 10.6.3,
> Centos 5.5, Samba Version 3.0.33-3.28.el5
> Sometimes when I try to browse to a directory it just stalls out
> with the spinning gear. Not always the top level or a consistent
> depth, and it doesn't seem to matter if there are a dozen files or
> thousands in the directory. Sometimes if I walk away for an hour or
> so it'll still be spinning when I get back, sometimes it'll finally
> be showing my directory listing.
> I've just discovered(?) that quitting the Finder and restarting it
> solved the problem in at least one instance, so try that and report
> [I'm running iptables, and can't disable it, FWIW.]
> On 6/13/10 3:36 AM, zoolook wrote:
>> 2010/6/4 DNK<d.k.emaillists at gmail.com>:
>>> Just bumping this one back onto the radar. I still have not been
>>> able to fix the issue.
>> I got a Macbook Pro last week so I was able to test your smb.conf
>> in a
>> VM running centos 5.5.
>> It turned out that I have to disable iptables and selinux
>> (system-config-securitylevel-tui) to make samba run on centos. I'm a
>> debian/ubuntu guy and sure there's a better way; anyway, for testing,
>> disabling is ok.
>> After that, your smb.conf run flawless here; except for this line
>> in [myshare]:
>> users = @ myshare
>> I really hope that space between "@" and "myshare" is a typo in your
>> email and not in your actual smb.conf.
>> I'll keep the VM for a few days, just in case you want me to run some
>> more tests.
>> Best regards,
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