[Samba] recycle: ... returned No such file or directory
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Mon May 12 10:55:25 MDT 2014
FYI - this problem disappeared after I re-compiled samba from ports. I
can not tell what the detailed cause was but I'm happy to be rid of the
Am 11.05.14 00:17, schrieb Linda W:
> Leander Schäfer wrote:
>> Hi Linda
>> no there is fortuntely no DOS in the net ;) ... there is only Windows
>> XP, 7, 8, Server 2k3, 2k8, 2k12 and several MacOSx beginning from
>> SnowLeopard up to Mavericks. I thought, since FreeBSD got tought to
>> use UTF-8 and Windows only knows the castrated charset ISO8859-15 it
>> is a requirement to convert between the both with this weired setting
>> - but this may also a lack of knowledge of me. So can you confirm the
>> translation between charset will be done even if the setting in
>> smb4.conf only lokks like your suggestion?
> Windows NT (w2k/xp and above) uses, AT LEAST UCS-2 (64K chars) which
> is good for
> up to about Unicode 2.0, Most applications use UTF-16 (UCS-2 with the
> ability to 2-16-bit
> words for some characters (i.e. like UTF-8 uses 1-4 characters for
> Unicode) that supports,
> enough extra 64K 'planes' to support all of unicode. I regularly use
> UTF-8 in filenames
> on linux and they display 'fine' on windows, though windows unicode
> coverage isn't
> as good as linux's. Windows doesn't have any easy ways to config
> alternate font's to cover
> specific ranges -- it's _mostly_ into defining fonts / 16-bit plane,
> which doesn't work
> well at all. That's all an aside, though -- really. You don't need
> the cp1252 setting
> anymore. Haven't since Win-ME/Win98 for the most part.
>> display charset=UTF-8
> May 10 10:24:15 Storage-01 smbd: Ignoring unknown parameter
> "display charset"
> Must not be in samba4. (Haven't upgraded yet as it doesn't seem to
> offer any benefit, and
> may offer some performance hit, dunno -- at one point samba4 wasn't as
> good a 'file server'
> as samba3 was. I don't recall any announcement to the contrary, but
> it's likely improved.
> Smbd is cpu bound on full speed reads/writes and is the limiting
> factor in getting
> better throughput.... (sigh).
> Ok... one other thing that's odd on your problem.
> 1) is it only umlauts? Which unicode letters are you using?
> i.e. when I tried my test, there are letter and a combining diarhesis
> then there is the preferred form where the umlauts are already
> combined with
> the vowels.
> I would try to get rid of the dos charset. It's supposed to only be
> for DOS
> What recycle module are you using ??
> I wonder if the recycle module you are using is mistranslating
> something and
> then can't find the file to move to the .recycle bin, thus it bounces
> it back into
> the starting directory.
> Given everything else you've said, it's the only thing that makes any
> Sorry not more help...
>> Am 10.05.14 05:37, schrieb Linda W:
>>> Leander Schäfer wrote:
>>>> I have following settings in my smb4.conf
>>>> [ ... ]
>>>> # Charset
>>>> unix charset = UTF-8
>>>> dos charset = cp1252
>>> BTW -- are you really using DOS?? Setting that for Windows NT might
>>> cause problems.
>>> Only charset param I have in my smb.conf(3.6.22) is:
>>> display charset=UTF-8
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