> Has anyone noticed problems with file corruption in copying to an automounted
> samba share from Windows 95 machine?
> The share is in an automounted filesystem - NFS mounted from another Sun
> runing Solaris 2.5.1. Files transferred in this way (mostly) have some
> sequences of their data replaced by null (hex 00) characters - the size
> of the file is unchanged. Files transferred by (binary) ftp are fine.
> Anyone else seen this?
of 4 or 8k are replaced by nulls...
The last few time I've seen it, we cured it by buying faster
hardware (:-)). The very last time, my customer switched to NFS v3
(they were on Solaris) and the problem didn't show up on the different
It looks a lot like a timing issue, with a cleared buffer
being written before the data had landed in it.
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