communication between ISERIES (QDLS) and LINUX

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Iseries 720 V5R2M0 A shared folder has been created in /QDLS (access read & write) This folder can be accessed by Windows machines (writing, updating and deleting of files works like a charm) This folder can be accessed by a Linux machine (SUSE 8.1 SLES) through SAMBA (version 2x) There's another Linux machine (SUSE 9 SLES and SAMBA 3.0.926). This machine receives the following error when trying to update files in this share : "input/output error".(strangely enough, creating an empty file and copying a file to the directory works) After an update attempt the share becomes unavailable and the errormessage even appears when doing a directory listing. Anybody have any ideas on how to solve this problem? Thanks in advance
ASKED: October 3, 2005  9:38 AM
UPDATED: October 5, 2005  4:30 AM

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You should post your question on samba list with a little more details like smb.conf file of both machines.
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  • petkoa
    Succesfull access by one samba client and creation of empty files on the share by the second client suggest that the problem might not be samba-related. According to my experience samba upgrades without some tweaking of the configuration sometimes leads to authorization failures on the SERVER side, but I never experiensed problems on the CLIENT side. I'm not familiar with suse installations, but maybe you'll take a look at the mechanism of the client access to the shared directory - smbclient, smbmount, some Gnome or KDE helper? BR, Petko
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