[Samba] Strange behaviour on Ubuntu 14.10 vs SAMBA 4.1.17/4.2.0
Dennis Kramer (DT)
dennis at holmes.nl
Fri May 1 07:18:38 MDT 2015
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I'm using a compiled SAMBA 4.1.17, but I've also tested it
with SAMBA 4.2.0. CIFS server is running Ubuntu 14.04LTS.
When I'm using a mount (with cifs-utils) on a client which runs Ubuntu
14.10 a simple "cp" of, for example a text file, results in the content of
the file, including A LOT OF (infinite) zero's at the end of this copied
file. Actually, the "cp"-command doesn't end, it keeps on adding "0"'s at
the end of the file until you CTRL+BREAK the copy. This only happens if I
copy *from* the CIFS share to the local filesystem.
- From an Ubuntu 14.04LTS and a Linux Mint client everything is working
fine. Does anyone here have experienced the same with Ubuntu 14.10?
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