Frustration with Samba

Mark Blackman tmb
Wed Jul 7 11:51:33 BST 1999

indeed, I think you're at the stage now where you would be best off
running from the command line (no '-D') and enable debugging

smbd -d 3 

and look at your output. Your problems sound vaguely reminiscent
of DNS lookup problems, but that's just a vague hunch. I've
seen dodgy DNS servers cause all kinds of apparently unrelated


In message <930BFA16390CD3119E010000F6E660C9A4DC at>, "Wood
, Richard" writes:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: David Stocks [mailto:dgs at]
>> Sent: 06 July 1999 19:48
>> My best guess is that there's something wrong with the way 
>> nmbd is being run
>Are you getting anything in the samba log files? These should be able to
>tell you if somthing is going wrong. Also, what does smbstatus tell you?
>Rich Wood, Systems Manager, Royal United Hospital, Bath
>rich at
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