Re: NFS quotas on Solaris 10

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I have one share on my samba server which is on top of an autofs mount
point.  This is solaris 10 with bundled samba 3.5.10 and zfs.   It also
shows 0 free space.  I had the same problem with samba 3.4.x compiled
from source code.   I think this is just a fundamental Samba issue that
you won't easily solve.

Most Windows applications won't have an issue with this.  Adobe Acrobat
will. 


On 04/26/12 10:24, Christian Manal wrote:
> On 26.04.2012 16:07, Gaiseric Vandal wrote:
>> Are these autofs mounts?
>>
>> Are the nfs v4 mounts -  I think Solaris 10 will automatically default
>> to NFS v4 when mounting from another Solaris 10 server.  
> Yes to both.
>
>
>> Can you run "smbd -b" on the new and old version and see if the new
>> build omits any crucial modules?
> See attachments.
>
>
> Regards,
> Christian Manal
>
>
>> On 04/26/12 06:07, Christian Manal wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>>
>>> I'm running Samba 3.6.4 on Solaris 10 x86. Underlying filesystem is ZFS.
>>>
>>> Since updating from 3.6.0, free space on NFS mounted ZFS filesystem,
>>> without a userquota set for the user, is always reported zero. 'quota
>>> -v' and the perl module 'Quota' both report no quota for such file systems.
>>>
>>> (Un)setting (ref)quota for those filesystems doesn't change anything.
>>>
>>> Any idea how to fix this behavior? A level 10 log of the quota stuff is
>>> attached.
>>>
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Christian Manal

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