On 19/10/2006 4:35 AM, Vahan Yerkanian wrote:
On one of my machines running 6.1-RELEASE rsync over a smbfs share is
failing with the following error:
building file list ... rsync: readdir("/ipa1/tmimage/2001"): Bad file
IO error encountered -- skipping file deletion
sent 246047 bytes received 20 bytes 492134.00 bytes/sec
total size is 3876995600 speedup is 15755.85
rsync error: some files could not be transferred (code 23) at
where /ipa1 is a smbfs share.
I've googled and found this  particular article that pinpoints a
simple coding mistake, anyone knows if this is going to be fixed in
6.2-RELEASE? /usr/sbin/mount_smbfs is the binary affected,
You're on the right track with the PR, and Jim Carroll did the hard work
of coming up with a patch for the issue. Unfortunately I haven't had the
chance to test the patch, but will try and make time to...
I'd imagine this is probably too late to get into 6.2 (any dev's care to
comment?), but if we're able to test + verify it works then I don't see
why it shouldn't make 6.3.
SMBFS could still use a bit of polish in areas... there are also UCS2
patches outstanding that would make talking to MacOSX servers much more
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