[Samba] smbd fails to start after upgrade to version 4.11.6

Roy Eastwood spindles7 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 5 09:00:27 UTC 2020

Hi Louis,
> Hai Roy,
> Thanks for verifing it all. Im still amazed with this one.
> It all looks good to me, exept the missing PTR records then..  ;-)
> Ok last question here to both, now i have Raspbian and Debian Buster amhf on the repo.
> Rowland and Roy your both running Raspbian Buster correct?
> Its so strange Rowland his pi is running correct and Roy not.
> There has to be a different.
> Im rulling out samba, of db corruptions.. Etc.
> Only thing is samba should not crash, we might like to have a loglevel 10 of that.
> And a bug report. Its a consistant crash of smbd so, reporting it would be nice yes..
> It im 100% sure its something withing the pi and the nic in combination off raspbian or debian buster?
> So, If you guys can confirm the os once again, who runs which one exactly.
> If your on Raspbian.
> Run : sudo raspi-config
> Check what the state is of : Wait for Network at Boot.
It is set to "No"

> Is someone using something like this to reduce boot time?
> /etc/systemd/system/networking.service.d/reduce-timeout.conf
> [Service]
> TimeoutStartSec=1
I'm not.

> Roy, can you reboot the pi and send me the dmesg log and syslog I found some reports about "faulty" Pi mainboards also.
> Or can  you check it and look flipping networks..
> Something like this:
> [ 182.553342] bcmgenet fd580000.genet eth0: Link is Down
> [ 182.553465] br0: port 1(eth0) entered disabled state
> [ 185.673598] bcmgenet fd580000.genet eth0: Link is Up - 1Gbps/Full - flow control rx/tx
Yes the first and third lines appear in both dmesg and syslog files - attached for you only if you need to look deeper (not the
list) - but not the middle line.

> (source: https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues/3034#issuecomment-509709135 )
> You can try to enable the network speed for the nic..
> Greetz,
> Louis

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