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On 25/05/21 3:29 pm, Mark Davies wrote:
On NetBSD 9.2_STABLE (amd64) using samba-4.13.7 I can happily export an
smb share to Windows 10 and everything works happily but if I upgrade to
4.14.2 (or 4.14.4) and try to edit an EXISTING file (eg a text file with
notepad) then when I go to save the file I get a "File exists" dialog
box and it fails.
Anybody else seeing this?
Digging in to this some more, it looks like in source3/smbd/open.c
open_file now returns NT_STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION for this situation
when previously it didn't. And specifically where it used to call
fd_open_atomic() to open the file and get the status its now calling
reopen_from_fsp() which then calls reopen_from_procfd() which returns
Haven't got my head around what its actually trying to do yet.
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