[Samba] Win7 clients problem after upgrading samba file server to 4.12 on Arch
abartlet at samba.org
Mon May 4 20:50:42 UTC 2020
Can you get a network capture, and also ensure the logs have the exact
time you see the failure in it (and tell us that time, to the highest
resolution you can)? I can't see anything suspicious, but at log level
10 the 'log limit = 50' will cut in very fast, so it might have been
lost. Set that to 0.
On Mon, 2020-05-04 at 22:28 +0200, pavlos via samba wrote:
> Logs are here:
> 1. I have stopped smb and nmb services,
> 2. deleted all samba logs,
> 3. addied 'log level - 10' to smb.conf,
> 4. started services,
> 5. performed few tests until some problems appeared,
> 6. stopped smb and nmb services
> 7. and grabbed all logs.
> As this is test environment - nothing to sanitize. All logs
> For better understanding:
> - 192.168.1.103, netbios name 'saloon' - Win7x32 client
> - 192.168.1.108, netbios name 'attic' - win7x32 client
> - 192.168.1.115, hostname 'arch1' - the test Samba server, Arch
> Regards, Pawel.
> pon., 4 maj 2020 o 21:45 Rowland penny via samba <
> samba at lists.samba.org>
> > On 04/05/2020 20:21, pavlos wrote:
> > >
> > > All clients are connecting either anonymously read-only which
> > > leverages the 'nobody' samba user, or using 'ala' user/pwd. Both
> > > have
> > > same problems.
> > >
> > > No local 'ala' users on any client machine. In Windows login
> > > dialog I
> > > am supplying username as '192.168.1.115\ala' and the defined
> > > password
> > > (....115 is the IP address of the test samba server).
> > Try it without the the IP i.e. just 'ala'
> > >
> > > I have also put 'log level = 10' to your smb.conf, but the hiccup
> > > on
> > > Win7 remains. As I said - the stupid message box in Windows pops
> > > up
> > > randomly.
> > This could be a Windows error, but something might have changed in
> > Samba
> > that is now causing it.
> > > This short exercise has produced about 100 KB of compressed logs.
> > > How
> > > might I share them with you and all in the mailing list?
> > Post them somewhere (after sanitising them) and then provide a link
> > to it.
> > Rowland
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Andrew Bartlett https://samba.org/~abartlet/
Authentication Developer, Samba Team https://samba.org
Samba Developer, Catalyst IT
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