[Samba] Connection time-out opening documents since system update and reboot - update
daniel.botting at codethink.co.uk
Mon Jun 24 14:10:07 UTC 2019
Since my original post additional testing has been carried out as below:
1/ Connecting via a wired ethernet connection - no difference.
2/ SFTP - works as expected.
3/ SCP - works as expected.
A small file of 414 bytes open as expected, anything bigger hangs.
The through-put has been checked on the ethernet port and is as expected
using the above protocols.
I have run the command 'smbstatus' to obtain the process id and then run
strace -fttv -p <process id>
It just hangs as below finally:
10:46:59.153083 write(9, " send_file_readX fnum 51715 max"..., 49) = 49
It eventually advises it has timed out in the client program opening the
If anybody has any thoughts why this is occurring and assistance they
can suggest, that would be appreciated.
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Subject: Connection time-out opening documents since system update and
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2019 18:56:08 +0100
From: Daniel Botting <daniel.botting at codethink.co.uk>
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Yesterday after an update of our office file server (apt packages and
then a reboot) most documents time-out when they are opened, host
Distribution : Debian 9.9
Samba version : 4.5.16-Debian
Jun 20 10:09:26 hostname smbd: [2019/06/20 10:09:26.216093, 0]
Jun 20 10:09:26 hostname smbd: send_keepalive failed for client
ipv4:<internal range ip address>:50324. Error Broken pipe - exiting
smbd.log (is repeated on multiple occasions)
pid_to_procid: messaging_dgm_get_unique failed: No such file or directory
Please advise if you have seen this issue before and possible steps to
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