[Samba] vfs_fruit in 4.3.4 Directory Renames with Open Files Problem
coan.dillahunty at tbwa.com
Mon Feb 8 17:04:50 UTC 2016
Thank you for your help with this. I've filled a bug report for this--it's
bug 11721. I agree with the approach of adding an option to disallow
renames with open files until Apple ships a fix.
Interesting how CNIDs work with AFP and how that along with other things in
AFP explains why the renames work correctly over AFP, but not SMB.
On Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 2:22 PM, Ralph Boehme <rb at sernet.de> wrote:
> Hi Coan,
> On Fri, Feb 05, 2016 at 02:39:55PM -0600, Coan Dillahunty wrote:
> > Apple's SMB implementation in Server 5.0.15 on El Capitan 10.11.2
> > the same problem and I’ve opened a case with Apple about the issue (case
> > 1029666009),
> as previously discussed, we try to be bug compatible with Apple. ;)
> The problem is, either way, allowing or not allowing directory renames
> with open files, it's a bug for OS X clients. But given the impact of
> allowing the rename, I think we should add an option to disallow them
> as a workaround. This gives us time until Apple ships a fix.
> Do we already have a bugreport for this, and if not, can you file one?
> Btw, AFP references files and directories by catalog node IDs (CNIDs)
> and not by path, so for this and other reasons they don't care about
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