We've been running samba successfully in our environment for some months. Last week we noticed that the list command when
run from any of our linux hosts against a share on a windows host no longer works.
Windows 2000 domain with ddns, dhcp etc all fully operational.
Windows 2000 sp4 file server
Fedora Core 2 Linux hosts with samba 3.0.10
The Fedora hosts have a permanent mound to the windows share. (Line in fstab)
The fedora boxes can list the contents of directories where the number of files in them is less that around 640,
but any more than this and they do not return a directory listing.
Windows clients can see all the contents of the share without problems.
Mar 7 08:40:14 lnf61 kernel: smb_proc_readdir_long: error=-2, breaking
If anyone can offer any pointers or suggestions I'd be greatfull. I've seen this error apear in the archives/google before but never an answer!!
I've also tried tuning tcp sockets in the smb.conf but to no avail.