[Samba] [Announce] Samba 3.6.15 Available for Download

Thomas Bork tombork at web.de
Wed May 8 19:22:10 MDT 2013

Am 08.05.2013 11:18, schrieb Karolin Seeger:

> Major enhancements in Samba 3.6.15 include:

How is the 'log level' in 3.6.15 defined?


Default: log level = 0


     This parameter is a synonym for log level.

In 3.5.x I had in some scripts following definition:
debuglevel=`testparm -vs 2>/dev/null | grep 'log level =' | cut -d' ' -f4`

This was always the same as my own definition

debug level = x

in smb.conf in 3.5.x.

But now:
referencetest26 # testparm -vs 2>/dev/null | grep 'log level'
         log level = 2
referencetest26 # grep 'log level' /etc/smb.conf
referencetest26 # grep 'debug level' /etc/smb.conf
  debug level = 0
referencetest26 # grep 'debuglevel' /etc/smb.conf
referencetest26 #

2 != 0

Here is my question:
Where is 'log level = 2' defined? Not in my smb.conf...
Can somebody shed some light on this?

der tom

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