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Opportunistic locking is a locking method that allows Windows clients aggressively to cache file data blocks on the local client. Three types of oplocks might be requested by a LAN Manager or Windows client. The first is called an exclusive oplock. This permits a client to obtain exclusive access to a file. The second type is a batch oplock. A file locked with a batch oplock allows the client to keep a file open on the server even though a local application on the client may have closed the file. The third type of oplock is a level II oplock and permits multiple client read access to a file with no writers. Enabling Samba oplock support (default) can realize file IO performance improvements of up to 30 percent. See the smb.conf (5) man page for details on lock parameters. oplocks=<yes, no> Samba release 2.0.5 introduced support for level II oplocks. The level2 oplocks allow a read/write client to downgrade its oplock to readonly when additional clients request access to a file. level2 oplocks = <yes, no> For specific instances when you want to allow multiple clients to request oplocks on the same file, you can direct Samba to permit multiple oplock request by enabling the fake oplocks parameter. Keep in mind that if this option is permitted on writeable shares, you
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may end up with data corruption. Permitting multiple oplock requests on readonly shares can result in significant performance improvement due to local client file caching. fake oplocks = <yes, no> Problems can occur if the data are accessed via non-Samba controlled interfaces. The Samba client holding the oplock isn't aware of access by the non-Samba application. Support for oplocks can be turned off for specific files by specifying one or more filematching patterns as values to the veto oplocks files parameter. veto oplocks files = /*.mbx/ You can also turn off oplock support in Windows 9x and Windows NT by modifying the system registry. This isn't a recommended procedure, because disabling all oplock support may adversely affect some Windows applications. If you choose to disable oplocks on the client side, refer to the Samba distribution document FileCaching.txt. A registry update file is also available in the Samba distribution for Windows 9x and Windows NT, Win9x-CacheHandling.reg, and NT4-Locking.reg. Another method of dealing with the unknown client access problem is facilitated by kernel-level oplocks supported under some UNIX implementations. When another process, like NFS, touches a file that has been oplocked by Samba, the lock is broken or downgraded per the specified oplock options. kernel oplocks = <yes, no> Byte-range locking within a file can be enabled/disabled with the ole locking compatibility parameter. Samba implements byte-range locking by invoking the fcntl() system call. fcntl() tracks location range using a 32 bit signed integer. Windows OLE2 clients use the 32nd bit of the range value as a semphore that may cause range value problems for some UNIX and NFS systems. ole locking compatibility = <yes, no>
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At times when a share becomes too popular for existing server resources, you can limit the number of concurrent connections with the max connections parameter. This feature might also be useful for checking concurrent accesses due to licensing restrictions:
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Minimum definition of a file share will include the share name enclosed in square brackets and a directory path parameter. A comment parameter describing the share is also desirable. [share name] comment = <text description> path = <directory path> Special [homes] file share section allows users to access their UNIX $HOME directory from and SMB client. Access control parameters can be applied to a file share restricting access by host, user, and privilege. Non-browseable and hidden file parameters remove visibility of a share or file but do not restrict access if the share or file name is known by the client. File access mode and mask parameters must honor the underlying UNIX permissions. DOS/Windows archive, system, and hidden attributes can be mapped into UNIX owner, group, and world execute bits with the map archive, map system, and map hidden parameters. Samba file name mangling is used to convert case sensitive UNIX long file names into DOS 8.3 format. Conversion mapping can be tailored per file share. Automatic CRLF/LF file text conversion is not supported because Samba cannot accurately determine when a file should be converted. A CRLF/LF tool is available for allowing clients to convert files as needed: ftp://samba.org/pub/samba /contributed/fixcrlf.zip Samba supports two basic locking mechanisms. DOS share mode locking and windows opportunistic locking (oplocks). Samba provides access to UNIX symbolic linked files by enabling the follow symlinks parameter. Link targets that reside outside a share's scope can be made accessible using the wide links parameter.
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