Re: Solaris 10 Samba share will not show all directories

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Thank you for all the suggestions.

I think I will need to recreate this issue with a test environment as
I cannot run all these test from the production environment.  I will
keep you guys posted.

Regards,
j

On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 11:50 AM, Gaiseric Vandal
<gaiseric.vandal@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Presumably neither the solaris server nor the Mac OSX machine  is the
> PDC.   Does the Mac OSX have the ability to just share the folder
> directly as a samba share?    I had a quick look at my OS X Snow Leopard
> book -  it should be an option.
>
> Or how about if you do an explicit NFS mount on the solaris server,
> instead of using autofs (i.e the /net ) mount?      I am guessing that
> by default nfs v3 is being used.
>
> What happens if you create the directories directly on server1 or
> shareserver (via unix commandline.)     Do you have any problems with
> samba shares that are not NFS remounts?
>
> Are the unix uids and gids consistent between the two servers?    What
> are the displayed permissions on folder21, folder22 , aaaa etc?
>
>
>
>
> On 04/25/12 13:17, Jerome Yanga wrote:
>> I tried creating a folder using a windows desktop.  I can see the new
>> folder on the share.  However, after refreshing or pressing F5, the
>> folder disappeared.  I created more test folders and found out that
>> the share will only show the first folder in the share when sorted
>> alphanumerically.  For example, if I create the following folders, the
>> share will only show folder aaa.
>>
>> aaa
>> bbb
>> ccc
>>
>> Logging into server1, the new folders are all there.
>>
>> The source server uses Apple_HFS.  Here is the setup I have.
>>
>> OSX NFS share (server1) --->  Solaris Samba share (shareserver) --->
>> windows clients
>>
>> shareserver can see all the directories/files in the server1 NFS share.
>>
>> When I run the command you have requested, here is what I get.
>>
>> # ls -lvd /net/server1/folder2
>> dr-xr-xr-x   1 root     root           1 Apr 25 09:59 /net/server1/folder2
>>      0:user::r-x
>>      1:group::r-x               #effective:r-x
>>      2:mask:rwx
>>      3:other:r-x
>>
>> Regards,
>> j
>>
>> On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 9:48 AM, Gaiseric Vandal
>> <gaiseric.vandal@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> My mistake-
>>>
>>> I thought you were having problems browsing to the shares.  Instead your
>>> problem is with in directories in the share.  If you add a new folder,
>>> can you see it?
>>>
>>> Are you using zfs on this system?   The "ls -lvd foldername" or "ls -lVd
>>> foldername"  commands in Solaris  should show you all the detailed zfs
>>> file perms.  ("ls -ld" will not.)   If this is a UFS file system the
>>> getfacl command should help.
>>>
>>> This may be an issue where you don't have the rights to see the
>>> directory even tho you have the rights to see the contents of the
>>> directory or traverse the directory.    I have found that the behavior
>>> of ZFS ACL's may be unexpected when accessing from windows clients via
>>> samba.    For example -  a simple 770 setting in Solaris (i.e. allow the
>>> owner and group full access even if the rest of the world is denied)
>>> sometimes ends up adding an ACL entry that windows treats as  "deny
>>> everyone if if they are the owner or group.)
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 04/25/12 12:30, Jerome Yanga wrote:
>>>> Here are the ouputs of the commands you have provided.
>>>>
>>>> net view \\shareserver
>>>>
>>>> folder1                  Disk           folder1 share
>>>> folder2                  Disk           folder2 share
>>>>
>>>> "net view \\server_ip_address" shows the same as above.
>>>>
>>>> When you said "Can you rename and let it regenerate", did you mean
>>>> rename the samba server?
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> j
>>>>
>>>> On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 7:51 AM, Gaiseric Vandal
>>>> <gaiseric.vandal@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> What does
>>>>>    "net view \\servername" from the Windows command line shows?
>>>>>
>>>>> how about
>>>>>
>>>>>    "net view \\server_ip_address" from the Windows command line shows?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> It sounds like the browser database on the master browser is corrupt.
>>>>> Can you rename and let it regenerate?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On 04/25/12 10:45, Jerome Yanga wrote:
>>>>>> Pavel,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> It does not seem like there was a solution to your Bugzilla.  Did you
>>>>>> ever figure out how to fix it?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> j
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 9:37 PM, Pavel Plesov <pavel.plesov@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I faced a similar issue on FreeBSD several years ago due crash of smbd
>>>>>>> process. Crash led to the incomplete directory listings.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> If it will help somehow - https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4715
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 04:09, Jerome Yanga <jerome.yanga@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>>>> My Solaris 10 Samba share will not show all the directories.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Config:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> [global]
>>>>>>>>        workgroup = domain1
>>>>>>>>        netbios aliases = shareserver
>>>>>>>>        server string = ESRI Samba Server
>>>>>>>>        security = DOMAIN
>>>>>>>>        password server = dc1.samba.com, *
>>>>>>>>        username map = /etc/samba/user_map
>>>>>>>>        log level = 1
>>>>>>>>        syslog = 2
>>>>>>>>        log file = /var/samba/log/samba.log
>>>>>>>>        max log size = 50000
>>>>>>>>        deadtime = 5
>>>>>>>>        max smbd processes = 300
>>>>>>>>        socket options = SO_RCVBUF=32767 SO_SNDBUF=32767 TCP_NODELAY
>>>>>>>> IPTOS_LOWDELAY IPTOS_THROUGHPUT
>>>>>>>>        load printers = No
>>>>>>>>        printcap name = /dev/null
>>>>>>>>        os level = 1
>>>>>>>>        local master = No
>>>>>>>>        browse list = No
>>>>>>>>        wins server = 10.50.1.1
>>>>>>>>        host msdfs = No
>>>>>>>>        oplocks = No
>>>>>>>>        level2 oplocks = No
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> [folder1]
>>>>>>>>        path = /net/server1/folder1
>>>>>>>>        read only = No
>>>>>>>>        guest ok = Yes
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> [folder2]
>>>>>>>>        path = /net/server1/folder2
>>>>>>>>        read only = No
>>>>>>>>        guest ok = Yes
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> When list all the files on the nfs shares, I see the following:
>>>>>>>> /net/server1/folder1:
>>>>>>>> total 17
>>>>>>>> drwxrwxrwx   3 root     root         102 Apr 24 16:35 .
>>>>>>>> dr-xr-xr-x   3 root     root           3 Apr 24 16:46 ..
>>>>>>>> drwxr-xr-x   5 user1     root         170 Apr 24 16:34 folder11
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> /net/server1/folder2:
>>>>>>>> total 33
>>>>>>>> drwxrwxrwx   5 root     root         170 Apr  3 15:06 .
>>>>>>>> dr-xr-xr-x   3 root     root           3 Apr 24 16:46 ..
>>>>>>>> drwxr-xr-x   3 user1     root         102 Apr  3 14:53 folder21
>>>>>>>> drwxr-xr-x   3 user1     root         102 Apr  3 15:06 folder22
>>>>>>>> drwxr-xr-x   9 user1     root         306 Apr 18 15:48 folder23
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> When I try to access \\shareserver\folder2\ via Windows, I only see
>>>>>>>> folder21.  However, I can access the other two folders by typing the
>>>>>>>> following in the address bar.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> \\shareserver\folder2\folder22
>>>>>>>> \\shareserver\folder2\folder23
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Help.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>>> j
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