[Samba] Unable to access shares after upgrade to version 4.17.3

Travis Wenks travis at rosecitysolutions.com
Mon Nov 21 17:24:09 UTC 2022

Hi all

First thank you for such an amazing product!

I have about 20 synologys deployed and I saw the exact same issue when we
did an initial rollout of 4.17.2
We did not move any clients with synologys to 4.17.1
I did not see the issue in our lab as we have a truenas and windows file
server there.
We did halt all roll outs of 4.17.x until a fix is discovered on the samba
or the synology side.
I will be testing 4,17.4 when it is released to see if the issue is

I can pull packet captures etc if any of that is helpful.

Travis Wenks
Rose City Solutions
travis at rosecitysolutions.com

On Mon, Nov 21, 2022 at 9:18 AM Rowland Penny via samba <
samba at lists.samba.org> wrote:

> On 21/11/2022 14:31, Ingo Asche via samba wrote:
> > Hi Rowland,
> >
> > this may be a dumb question, but will this regression fixed in both
> > systems? 32bit and 64bit?
> >
> > I'm asking because I have a complete 64bit system. The problem is only
> > showing (at the moment) on shares of my Synology NAS. This device is
> > also a 64bit, but - as you may know - Synology uses a Samba of its own,
> > based on version 4.10. At least their package shows this version.
> >
> I know little about the synology version of Samba, what I do know is
> that they take the standard version of Samba and add to and change it.
> This is obvious from the smb.conf files from their products that have
> been posted to this list, they contain parameters that do not exist in
> standard Samba.
> As to whether any Samba changes make it into the synology samba, well
> your guess is as good as mine, last time I heard the synology samba
> version was well behind the official Samba version.
> Rowland
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