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[homes] comment = User Home Directories read only = No browseable = Yes [answerbook] comment = Sun Answerbook Docs path = /usr/answerbook/ guest ok = Yes
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The global section defines several key parameters that affect the operation of smbd, including the name of the workgroup (EASTAUS), the name of the local server (SYDNEY), the server string that identifies the system (Solaris Samba Server V3.0.6), the primary network interface IP address (62.12.48.43), the security level (standard share level), the path to the Samba log file (/usr/local/samba/log), TCP transmission parameters (such as send and receive buffer sizes in bytes), and the name of the guest account (guest). Next, the local hp printer is specified as a share in the printers section. In addition, two different file systems are shared: the homes file system shares the local home directory for each user on the system, while the answerbook file system shares the local copy of Sun s Answerbooks. Although NFS provides the automounter service, which makes it easy for users to retrieve files from a single home directory on a server, the homes facility on Samba can be just as versatile. Although most of the settings in smb.conf are easy to interpret, you can find the complete Samba manual online at the Samba site (http://www.samba.org/). One of the nice features of Samba is the configuration script checking program testparm. The testparm program will alert you to any configuration errors prior to starting a Samba service. In addition, testparm prints out all of the Samba parameters associated with the system in general, and for each share, not just those that were explicitly declared in the smb.conf file:
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$ testparm Load smb config files from /usr/local/samba/lib/smb.conf Processing section "[printers]" Processing section "[homes]" Processing section "[answerbook]" Loaded services file OK. WARNING: You have some share names that are longer than 8 chars These may give errors while browsing or may not be accessible to some older clients Press enter to see a dump of your service definitions # Global parameters [global] workgroup = EASTAUS netbios name = netbios aliases = server string = Samba 3.0.6 interfaces = bind interfaces only = No
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security = USER encrypt passwords = Yes update encrypted = No allow trusted domains = Yes hosts equiv = min passwd length = 5 map to guest = Never null passwords = No password server = [printers] comment = SYDNEY HP Printer path = /var/spool/hp print ok = Yes browseable = Yes [homes] comment = User Home Directories read only = No browseable = Yes [answerbook] comment = Sun Answerbook Docs path = /usr/answerbook/ guest ok = Yes
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After the Samba server has been started on port 139, it is easy to keep track of the server status by using the smbstatus command:
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This will return a list of all current clients accessing data through the local Samba system:
Samba version 3.0.6 Service uid gid pid machine ---------------------------------------------answerbook root root 344 MELBOURNE Wed Nov 1 10:45:00 2000 homes root root 345 MELBOURNE Wed Nov 1 10:45:30 2000 homes julian staff 1023 HUNTER Thu Nov 2 00:15:34 2000 answerbook steve staff 2333 WGONG Wed Nov 1 10:45:30 2000
In addition to the share name being accessed, the UID, GID, and PID of the smbd process associated with the client are shown along with the client system name and the date the connection was established. For example, the root user from the system MELBOURNE opened the answerbook and the root home directory on Wednesday, November 1, 2000, at 10:45 A.M.
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The smbstatus command also displays details of actual files being opened by the users who have established a connection to the local Samba server. This can be very useful when trying to determine why a file on the local server file system can t be modified a remote user may have placed a lock on it, which will not be released until the user has closed the file:
Locked files: Pid DenyMode R/W Oplock Name ----------------------------------------345 DENY_NONE RDWR NONE /root/data.txt Wed Nov 1 10:51:34 2000 345 DENY_NONE RDONLY NONE /root/db.txt Wed Nov 1 10:56:21 2000 1023 DENY_NONE RDWR NONE /home/julian/address_book.txt Thu Nov 2 00:20:34 2000
The details of all currently locked files are displayed, along with the PID of the Samba daemon spawned for each client process, the read/write status and full path to the locked file, and the time and date that the file was first opened. Finally, smbstatus displays some useful statistics regarding shared memory usage, which can be useful when trying to size the amount of RAM required by a departmental server or similar system that services a large number of Samba clients:
Share mode memory usage (bytes): 2096928(99%) free + 112(0%) used + 112(0%) overhead = 2097152(100%) total
In this situation, almost all of the allocated memory is free, meaning that many more Samba clients may be serviced.
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