To avoid this problem my suggestion is
1. While every write the modified time to be notified to sever by
2. While reading client has to get the modified time and copy the
client access time and the recent modified time ( I mean modified time sent
by the server) request the server to set the attributes by sending
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From: Urban Widmark [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 11:31 PM
To: Eshwar D - CTD, Chennai.
Subject: Re: Problem SMBFS
On Tue, 11 Dec 2001, Eshwar D - CTD, Chennai. wrote:
> When i read a file xyz (file is in smbfs mounted directory) from one
> client and i am didn't closed, from second client i written some data
> write system call and closed xyz file, i am not see the data from client
> one. Then i closed file in client one and tried to read the data, same
> is continuing. Can any one suggest me is this is the property of smbfs. I
> not a member in mailing list please send me u r request to my mail id
Kernel version? This sounds a lot like a problem fixed sometime around
2.2.18 where smbfs didn't consider certain files as changed.
Are both clients smbfs?
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