Bug 9314 - Logonscript isn't executed in some cases
 Summary: Logonscript isn't executed in some cases
 Status: RESOLVED WORKSFORME Samba 4.0 Unclassified File services 4.0.0rc5 x64 Windows XP P5 normal --- Samba QA Contact Samba QA Contact Show dependency tree / graph

 Reported: 2012-10-22 07:30 UTC by Marc Muehlfeld 2013-05-28 14:33 UTC (History) 2 users (show) awilliam metze

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 Marc Muehlfeld 2012-10-22 07:30:25 UTC We are running s4 (beta8, rc1, rc2 and since yesterday rc3) since about 6 weeks and we encountered, that every day sometimes the logonscript isn't executed. In the machine logs I can see, that the client connects to the sysvol share, but not to netlogon. This is a example: [2012/10/22 07:16:00.722892, 1, pid=102134] ../source3/smbd/service.c:902(make_connection_snum) 10.1.0.254 (ipv4:10.1.0.254:1790) connect to service sysvol initially as user MUC\it-01$(uid=600, gid=515) (pid 102134) [2012/10/22 07:16:10.780658, 1, pid=102134] ../source3/smbd/service.c:1176(close_cnum) 10.1.0.254 (ipv4:10.1.0.254:1790) closed connection to service sysvol [2012/10/22 07:20:16.692120, 1, pid=103447] ../source3/smbd/service.c:902(make_connection_snum) 10.1.0.254 (ipv4:10.1.0.254:1829) connect to service sysvol initially as user MUC\muehlfeld (uid=1061, gid=513) (pid 103447) [2012/10/22 07:20:16.918401, 1, pid=103447] ../source3/smbd/service.c:902(make_connection_snum) 10.1.0.254 (ipv4:10.1.0.254:1829) connect to service sysvol initially as user MUC\it-01$ (uid=600, gid=515) (pid 103447) [2012/10/22 07:20:22.248068, 1, pid=103447] ../source3/smbd/service.c:1176(close_cnum) 10.1.0.254 (ipv4:10.1.0.254:1829) closed connection to service sysvol [2012/10/22 07:20:32.351279, 1, pid=103447] ../source3/smbd/service.c:1176(close_cnum) 10.1.0.254 (ipv4:10.1.0.254:1829) closed connection to service sysvol If the logonscript wasnt't executed and the user logoff/logon then everything is fine. The problem for me to provide further logs is, that this happens just 2-3 times per day for our 150 users (and several logon/logoff multiple times per day). And the problem is not bind to a specific user or workstation. If I set debug level to 10 in general, I'll create a huge amount of logs and flood my server. Are there just some debug classes I can set to 10 (or maybe lower) to capture what you require? Marc Muehlfeld 2013-05-28 14:33:26 UTC It seems that the problem was gone during the last versions. Meanwhile we don't have this problem any more.