Bug 1837 - Some files are not listed in a directory
Some files are not listed in a directory
Status: RESOLVED FIXED
Product: Samba 3.0
Classification: Unclassified
Component: File Services
3.0.7
Alpha Windows XP
: P3 major
: none
Assigned To: Samba Bugzilla Account
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Reported: 2004-09-28 00:31 UTC by TeeCee
Modified: 2006-04-08 22:53 UTC (History)
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File list made on tha server (Debian alpha) with the suggested "find . > fileListServer.txt" (7.88 KB, text/plain)
2004-10-11 05:19 UTC, TeeCee
no flags Details
Filelist created on the Win XP client, from a cmd. ("dir *.* > fileListWinXP.txt") (10.87 KB, text/plain)
2004-10-11 05:20 UTC, TeeCee
no flags Details
File list made on the server (Debian alpha) with the suggested "find . > fileListServer.txt" (2.72 KB, application/x-gzip)
2004-10-11 05:24 UTC, TeeCee
no flags Details
Filelist created on the Win XP client, from a cmd. ("dir *.* > fileListWinXP.txt") (3.80 KB, application/x-gzip)
2004-10-11 05:27 UTC, TeeCee
no flags Details

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Description TeeCee 2004-09-28 00:31:31 UTC
Hi!
I'm using a digital alpha 500 workstation as a debian linux server.
I'm also using the great Samba server on it. With samba 3.0.5 this did not happen.
I upgraded (apt-get) to 3.0.7 and then there is a directory, where some files
are not listed on the client side. I've national characters, BUT it does not
depends on the length, and this is real crazy :(
I show You some examples:
I can see:
 - 2004 05 11 - DÉMÁSZ - kommunikáció.ppt
 - 2004 03 16 - _felsővezetők_ Értékesítés és csapatműködés - Alföldi Nyomda.ppt
I can't see:
 - 2004 09 20-12 10 - Phoenix.ppt
 - 2004 09 26 - Előadás.ppt

As You can see there are 'short' and 'long' files that I can't see, AND there
are 'national characters containing' files and 'US' files that I can't see :(

I've checked and set several times that the files HAVE THE SAME owner (user and
group), and have 666 permission. The containing directory
(/tar/kepzes/tananyag/PowerPoint/Eloadasok) has 777.
I tried copiing files I can't see, but is says, that the file exists, and asks
if I want to rename, replace. Nevermind, I can't see it.
I also tried making a new directory (/tar/kepzes/tananyag/PowerPoint/a) and then
copiing all the files I can't see, but the result is the same: with SSH I can
see all the files, but with client I can't :(

Please note thet I did not change the config files before/during/after the
upgrading and I used 3 machines with Windows XP with SP2 installed, and with
Total Commander and with Explorer also. Both of the used with showing all files,
not hiding anything (but this is almost unimportant, because all files have the
same right, userowner, groupowner)
Also important: I can't see anything for this in the logfiles...

Awaiting for You answers, tips and questions (),
best regards: TeeCee, alias Szugyi Tamas

(I'm not on a samba bug-levlist or other, please CC the mail for me if You send
there)
(Sorry, if this bug is present, but I looked over the database and I did not see
it. In that case jut forget me after telling the correct bugID)
Comment 1 Björn Jacke 2004-10-10 14:51:34 UTC
pasting non-ASCII into this bugzilla is not good. (jerry wan't bugzilla utf-8
some weeks ago?)

can you please do a "find ." inside the directory containing the nasty files,
redirect the output into a file, gzip that file (that's important so that the
content will stay definetely unchanged!) and attach to this bug?
Comment 2 TeeCee 2004-10-11 05:19:22 UTC
Created attachment 718 [details]
File list made on tha server (Debian alpha) with the suggested "find . > fileListServer.txt"
Comment 3 TeeCee 2004-10-11 05:20:33 UTC
Created attachment 719 [details]
Filelist created on the Win XP client, from a cmd. ("dir *.* > fileListWinXP.txt")
Comment 4 TeeCee 2004-10-11 05:24:48 UTC
Created attachment 720 [details]
File list made on the server (Debian alpha) with the suggested "find . > fileListServer.txt"

Sorry, forgot to gzip it, I was in a hurry :(
Comment 5 TeeCee 2004-10-11 05:27:57 UTC
Created attachment 721 [details]
Filelist created on the Win XP client, from a cmd. ("dir *.* > fileListWinXP.txt")

Forgot to gzip this as well :(
Thank You for the asking of these. If I were more clever I had attached when I
opened this bug. If You have any ideas about how I can help You fix this
problem I would be very happy!
Comment 6 Gerald (Jerry) Carter 2006-04-08 22:53:36 UTC
Please retest against a current release and reopen if the issue still exists.