[Samba] Cannot see usb external drive shares
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 06:49:00 MDT 2012
Have you tried disabling selinux enforcing to at least verify that
selinux is a factor? I have found selinux by default restricts apache
from accessing non-root partitions even on internal drives. Also,
there should be a /var/log/secure log that may be showing the selinux
"errors." What file system is used on the external drive?
On 04/23/12 21:06, ED B wrote:
> I am running fedora 15 with default selinux enforcing. I have set up the configuration for several users who can access their home directories but none of the shares on he external drive. I have run the setsebool commands listed in the smb.conf file. I have run the testparm command and no issues are identified. Here is one of the configured share directories in smb.conf:
> [Music] path = /mnt/raid1/external_storage1/Music valid users = administrator, user1 read only = No browseable = No
> I tried running smbd -D -d 10 and the only output in the log files that seems to complain is:
> client.logreceive_smb_raw_talloc failed for client 192.168.1.99 read error = NT_STATUS_END_OF_FILEServer exit (failed to receive smb request)
> smbd.logDeleting serverid.tdb record failed: NT_STATUS_NOT_FOUND
> No clue on what that means. Google is not helping.
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