Fedora 9 (preview)
package version samba-client-3.2.0-1.pre3.9.fc9.i386
Windows XP SP3, Intel Laptop, 32 bit
smbclient '//192.168.2.51/moz' -U kaie
"hello" is a file of size "6 bytes", containing "hello".
smb: \> put hello
putting file hello as \hello (0,0 kb/s) (average 0,0 kb/s)
and the destination gets a zero bytes file
get the correct file at the destination
I tested with different files, always zero bytes.
Same server, same client commands, same input file, but using a Fedora 8 client (version 3.0.28a) it works fine!
It's independent of the input file, I always get zero bytes.
I did a network trace with wireshark (thanks to Andrew Bartlet for helping), he looked at it, and he concluded, it's a good trace for sending a zero byte file.
I did an strace, I see smbclient does a state64, it gets the expected file size (6 bytes), it successfully opens that file, but never reads from it! It does something other actions, but then closes the file.
Thanks to Simo Sorce who reproduced this bug with latest samba code.
Created attachment 3282 [details]
A bugfix for the xfile code
that caused x_fopen not to be buffered correctly due to x_setvbuf
failing due to an x_flush check failing.
Please confirm this fixes the bug (it does here) and I'll close it out. Thanks,
Thanks for the fix.
I've updated my Fedora 9 system to a more recent RPM package, which included the patch, built by Gunther, and it fixed the problem for me.
Fix confirmed by reporter.
Marking bug report as fixed.