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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0010935||CentOS-7||samba||public||2016-05-28 04:47||2016-05-31 21:03|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0010935: Samba 4.2.10 Connection Problems with OS X 10.11|
|Description||I have found that OS X 10.11.4 has issues when connecting to the current version of Samba in CentOS 7. The current version is 4.2.10-6.el7_2. OS X refuses to mount the volume due to errors that the samba daemon is creating. On an anonymous share, with the guest account, samba errors out with a 'NT_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER' error when the log level is set to 3. Windows and Linux clients can still mount these shares with no issue. This problem has been documented and fixed upstream here:|
|Steps To Reproduce||0) Set log level = 3 in smb.conf|
1) Create an anonymous share with guest access
2) Attempt to mount the share on OS X 10.11.4
3) OS X will fail to mount the share
4) Look at log output for the errors that are created prior to the 'NT_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER' error
|Additional Information||Debian has fixed this in their distribution:|
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It would be best if you raise a bug at RedHats bugzilla with this issue against RHEL7 (incl. the links to the available fixes). Once Rh adds the fix to samba, CentOS will inherit the fix.
IF you do so, please croxx-reference the bug IDs - thanks.
It appears that a bug was file on April 18th for this same issue over at Red Hat's bugzilla. I cross referenced all of this information over there.
For reference, the relevant bug the Red Hat bugzilla: