[Samba] samba 3.6.0: cannot delete files on shares

Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org
Fri Aug 26 16:03:55 MDT 2011

On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 07:20:27PM +0000, Jochen Roderburg wrote:
> Second try via NNTP:   ;-)
> After updating samba to the new version 3.6.0 on my Linux systems at home
> and at work, I found the problem that I could not delete files on my shares.
> This did not occur on the home system, but only on the work system, so I
> looked for differences between the two. I found that the usage of
> non-encrypted passwords triggers the problem. I use this on my work system,
> because I want/need also classical plaintext AFS authentication there.
> There seems to be something general wrong with the access rights. On one
> system the windows client doesn't show the security tab in file properties
> at all, on the other system the security information is shown, but cannot be
> changed.
> It looks also as if samba changes something permanently in its internal
> configuration/data files. After I encountered the problem it stayed there
> even after downgrading to my last 3.5.x version. I had to delete all files
> under <logfile-dir>/locks first to return to the normal behaviour again.

Can you log a bug @ bugzilla.samba.org and upload debug level 10
log files so we can examine this please ?



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