[Samba] server max protocol appropriate values
lingpanda101 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 06:45:48 MST 2015
Do you happen to run into any oplock(opportunistic locking) issues?
On my DC I have these issues with my group policy files. I'm hopeful
using smb 2.0 will fix this problem. Thanks.
On 3/4/2015 3:55 PM, Gaiseric Vandal wrote:
> I have several Samba 3.6.24 domain controllers/file servers .
> Server1 - Solaris 10, Samba 3.6.24, max protocol NT1. This is
> the main file server.
> Server2 - Solaris 10, Samba 3.6.24, max protocol SMB2. 2ndary file
> server, not as heavily used as as server1.
> Server3 - Solaris 11, Samba 3.6.24, max protocol SMB2 . This was
> set up to replace Server 1.
> I also have a a Citrix XenApp 6.5 server running on Windows 2008 R2
> with RDP/Terminal Services role
> On do of them, I changed the server max protocol from NT1 to SMB2,
> with no problem - at first. I was migrating data from server1 to
> server3. As I moved data over from , people started having
> trouble with being able to establish connections to the new server
> from the citrix server. Windows 7 clients were fine (except for a
> single problem on a single Win 7 laptop.) It really pointed to
> something specific with a Citrix server environment. I think it has
> something to do with SMB2 establishing separate connections for each
> user and exceeding the default number of permitted sessions on Win
> 2008. Rolling back to NT1 seemed to fix it the issues.
> On 03/04/15 10:26, James wrote:
>> My DC smb.conf currently has the following set
>> server max protocol = NT1
>> server min protocol = CORE
>> client max protocol = NT1
>> client min protocol = CORE
>> Is it safe to change both the client and server max to = SMB3? What
>> about on member servers? Should I be concerned with anything breaking?
>> I'm using Windows 7 clients to authenticate against Ubuntu 4.1.17 DC's
>> and a Debian Wheezy as a file server.
>> This is what I see on
>> Normally this option should not be set as the automatic negotiation
>> phase in the SMB protocol takes care of choosing the appropriate
>> Default: //|server max protocol|/ = |SMB3| /
>> Example: //|server max protocol|/ = |LANMAN1| /
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