On Wed, Jul 16, 2003 at 11:30:30AM +0900, Joel Rees wrote: > > Hmm. I would either think it a bug for Samba to be unable to tell > > MSWindows that it had a file open for read, or a rather advanced > > technique for Samba to be able to understand from simply mounting the > > share as read-only that it could let MSWindows forego a lock on a > > multiply opened file. > > > > Mayb I'm just confused. > > Confused, yes, the man is confused! > > I guess I should have visited > > http://www.samba.org and > http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/samba/chapter/book/ch05_05.html > > and a few other places before I started dissing MSWindows. Now I know > about oplocks, I can diss MSW with real meaning. What were they thinking? > > But that doesn't help anyone. > > Stan, check your smb.conf and your samba logs. That should get you > headed in the right direction. > > (Hopefully, your problem has nothing to do with opportunistic locking.) > Thanks for the pointers!
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