The Samba-Bugzilla – Bug 9986
Unclean Shutdown of smbd, if accessing a share
Last modified: 2013-07-02 20:33:36 UTC
Created attachment 9010 [details]
client log - stacktrace is in here
I get a stracktrace and an unclean shutdown of the samba server, if i try to mount/access a share from windows or linux. I played around with security settings user and share and different share options.
I've attached the stacktrace and a full "from-start-to-crash" log of smbd on log level 4.
Configuration is adapted froms smb3 and worked fine with version 3.
I hope you can see something in the trace and the log. If you need more specific information just.
Thank you in regards.
Created attachment 9011 [details]
log with log level 4 (start to crash)
Seems to be a glibc issue as the assert is coming from inside glibc.
I would suspect that something is wrong in either your /etc/hosts file or the DNS lookup of your hostname.
Thx man, this was completely the right guess.
We forgot to specify the hostname in the /etc/hosts file at the end of the entries.
Should I leave this bug open? Maybe the the server should not crash if this is the case.
Anyway thank you very much for the quick and very precise answer. AWESOME!
Greetz und Danke
Great to hear that this worked out for you.
This needs to be fixed in glibc, we (from Samba) cannot fix it (or prevent the assert).
So please open a bug against glibc with your distribution and I will reject this one.