On 13/9/17 1:16 am, Jonathan Anderson wrote:
On 12 Sep 2017, at 14:38, Julian Elischer wrote:

“这是一个测试多字符文件名长度的文件目的是命名一个文件用中文或者日文或者韩文字符并且要求字符长度超过八十五个字符然后拷贝该文件到我们的共享文件夹看看是否能够拷贝该文件到我.txt” (I have no idea what that says but apparently it's a real filename from a windows machine that blew up when written via samba.)

Google Translate says, amusingly:
"This is a test file for the length of the file name. The purpose is to name a file in Chinese or Japanese or Korean characters and require the character to be longer than 85 characters and then copy the file into our shared folder to see if it can copy the file To me" (.txt, I guess)

No matter what number you choose for a path length, you're never going to win against that specific user. :)
it was give as an example to show us the limit.
Apparently however our company has difficulty selling in China due to this limit because Microsoft has a much larger limit and people use it.

Jonathan Anderson

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