[Samba] Printing with errors ...
elarrarte at gmail.com
Mon Oct 28 04:32:05 MDT 2013
Hi people, the following bug makes some error messages to appear al log
level 0 when they are supposed to be al level 3.
Any guy at the printer team could tell if I am safe printing with all those
messages and why they are generated? Only a few computers are affected in
On Oct 25, 2013 1:21 PM, "Ezequiel Larrarte" <elarrarte at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry people, I ve been replying only to Marc about this. I didnt add
> the list in my replies ...
> I m using SAMBA 3.6.9 from CentOS 6.4.
> Marc pointed me to a bug:
> This bug makes that kind of error messages appear al logging level 0
> and patch to increase them to level 3 has been released. I m still
> getting this messages because CentOS hasnt updated samba yet and I m
> not allowed to patch a software on my own in a production environment
> So, I want to know why these messages are generated and if I am safe
> printing with them appearing over and over ...
> Actually, I m testing this new print server with 5 client computers
> and only one of them is under this condition.
> I ll be appreciated if a programmer in the printer section could give
> me some additional information about this.
> On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 11:51 AM, Marc Muehlfeld
> <samba at marc-muehlfeld.de> wrote:
> > Hello Ezequiel,
> > Am 24.10.2013 16:42, schrieb Ezequiel Larrarte:
> >> Hi people, I have a print server using Debian, LPRNG and SAMBA working
> >> without any problems. Now I 'm trying to set up a new server with
> >> CentOS 6, CUPS and SAMBA.
> >> It 's a very simple setup: a few local users and a few printers,
> >> nothing special. The clients also map the printer using 'net use lpt1
> >> \\mainserver\printerX' because they need to print over an old DOS
> >> application.
> >> However, I 'm getting this kind of error in SAMBA logs:
> >> [2013/10/24 10:05:18.350631, 0]
> >> rpc_server/spoolss/srv_spoolss_nt.c:1748(_spoolss_OpenPrinterEx)
> >> _spoolss_OpenPrinterEx: Cannot open a printer handle for printer
> >> \\mainserver
> >> After a lot of tests, I cannot figure out what the problem might be.
> > You're giving not much information about your environment.
> > What version of Samba do you use?
> > Have you checked the Print Server HowTo? Maybe you have missed something:
> > http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Samba_as_a_print_server
> > Regards,
> > Marc
> Ezequiel Larrarte.
> " ... God Always Takes The Simplest Way! ... "
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