Add a line of the following form to /etc/syslog.conf and restart syslog to enable debug logging.
*.debug /var/adm/messages svcadm restart svc:/system/system-log:default You can also use dtrace. The cifs.d script might be a good place to start, which should be available online. http://src.opensolaris.org/source/ ... usr/src/cmd/smbsrv/dtrace/cifs.d Alan On 12/13/10 9:30 PM, Brett wrote:
Hi Folks, I have upgraded from opensolaris snv_134 to solaris 11 express and converted from samba to CIFS in my home (WORKGROUP ONLY) environment. I am having authentication issues from some windows7 x86 and x64 clients to the file server. I cant pin down the difference in the times it is working and not working. The shares are all readable by anyone but only specific users can write. I want the windows user name/passwd to be used as the solaris user name for mappings (1to1 mapping). My question is, from the cifs server side, how can i debug the authentication process in the solaris 11 express cifs implementation as I have done in the past with samba (using smbd -SFI -d3). Thanks Rep
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