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Re: port-i386/44092: Cannot copy (/bin/cp) to smbfs-mounted partition
I played with file size, and found that both commands cp/cat work while
size is <= 136 bytes. That's interesting :)
On 11/15/10 22:05, David Holland wrote:
The following reply was made to PR port-i386/44092; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: David Holland<dholland-bugs%netbsd.org@localhost>
Subject: Re: port-i386/44092: Cannot copy (/bin/cp) to smbfs-mounted
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 21:01:32 +0000
On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 09:55:00AM +0000, alexej.d%email.cz@localhost wrote:
> After mount_smbfs remote filesystem it is not possible to copy file
> to it: I can read the FS, can create zero-length files on it, can
> edit and save files on it but can not copy file to it. With NetBSD
> 4.0.1 it worked...
> $ sudo cp mine.xls /mnt/u/S/Upgrade_2006/
> cp: /mnt/u/S/Upgrade_2006/mine.xls: No buffer space available
> Nov 15 10:49:24 dinah /netbsd: WARNING: mclpool limit reached;
> increase NMBCLUSTERS
> ALso I tried to increase 'NMBCLUSTERS' 10x in kernel, recompile it
> but it did'n help: I got the old same "mclpool limit reached"
Is mine.xls large? (Does this happen even with small files?) Does "cat
mine.xls> /mnt/u/S/Upgrade_2006/mine.xls" also fail?
My understanding is that smbfs is considered experimental in the
netbsd-5 branch and can't really be expected to work, but I thought it
worked a little better than this.
If the answer is that mine.xls is large, small files work ok, and cat
also works, then this is moderately likely to make the problem go
cvs update -j1.34 -j1.36 utils.c
make dependall install
If this is the case please let us know.
David A. Holland
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