[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#878163: Bug#878163: samba: Samba updates from Windows 10 fail because "Size on Disk" miscalculated
math.parent at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 20:38:11 GMT 2019
Le lun. 18 févr. 2019 à 14:43, Harrison
<sainokawara.sisyphus at gmail.com> a écrit :
> I am currently using Windows 10 Pro x64 (1511). I plan on upgrading to (1809) or (1903) in the next month. If it would be help in diagnosing this problem, I can do it this week.
> What concerns me the most about this problem is that when I use CIFS on the Debian side, everything works correctly. But, when I use SAMBA from the Windows side, the "available space" in the root partition is used, instead of the non-backed partition where the Folder to which I am copying is located, when I SMB "connect" to root. But, if I SMB "connect" to the Sub-Folder in the non-backed partition, everything WORKS correctly! The symptoms suggest to me that the problem is the SAMBA code that initially sets up the copy is not obtaining the "available space" for the correct partition, non-backed.
> Oh, and just yesterday, an immense number of SAMBA updates appeared and I installed them. If there was anything in Samba 2:4.5.16+dfsg-1 that might address this problem, I don't mind testing again. The folders/files that I am copying in one operation are in the 50-100 GB range. But, there is more than an adequate amount of "available space" in the partition.
If your share "path" is /mnt (or /), you'll have only 9,6G available.
Please send your smb.conf.
> Here is the "df -h" output:
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> udev 16G 0 16G 0% /dev
> tmpfs 3.2G 9.7M 3.2G 1% /run
> /dev/mapper/sda3_crypt 59G 9.6G 46G 18% /
> tmpfs 16G 0 16G 0% /dev/shm
> tmpfs 5.0M 4.0K 5.0M 1% /run/lock
> tmpfs 16G 0 16G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
> /dev/sdb1 3.6T 3.1T 333G 91% /mnt/Non-Backed
> /dev/sda6 236M 64M 160M 29% /boot
> /dev/sda1 487M 132K 486M 1% /boot/efi
> /dev/mapper/data 234G 11G 212G 5% /mnt/data
> tmpfs 3.2G 16K 3.2G 1% /run/user/116
> tmpfs 3.2G 40K 3.2G 1% /run/user/1000
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