[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#633651: Bug#633651: Bug#633651: samba: Regression after security update - linux client unable to delete files

Christian PERRIER bubulle at debian.org
Wed Jul 13 16:23:36 UTC 2011

Quoting Peter Tuhársky (tuharsky at misbb.sk):
> Hallo, Christian
> thank You for quick response.
> During 8+ years of contact with reporting systems, I have learned that
> excesive log/config postings are seldom invited for first glance.

OK, point taken.

> Maintainer usually asks for the very piece of information he needs.
> Moreover, the bug could already be known somehow.
> I will of course provide any information needed.
> Samba operates in security = domain and takes the records from OpenLDAP,
> if this is what You asked. Under the term "samba client" I meant other
> Debian Squeeze or Ubuntu 11.04 machine, fully updated.

What is the method you use to connect?
Are you using smbclient on the client machine?
Or maybe the graphical environment interface (from Gnome or KDE, use
the graphical interface to connect to the SMB resource)?

Are you in position to use another client, with different versions of
whatever is used to connect to the samba server (for instance, a
Debian lenny system).

> Yes, I have investigated the logs and found nothing special (although I
> don't understand how is the SID supposedly "invalid".)


Could you try increasing the log level (I guess you have "log level =
3" right now?)?

level 10 is the most detailed level but that produces a huge amount of
logging and it might be tricky to excerpt the exact part when the
client-side failure occurs.

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