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Description of problem:
I get the following error when clicking on a SAMBA folder, that contains a
directory that is an NFS mount to a SCO Openserver 5.0.6 machine using RH AS 2.1
I did have this problem with RH 6.2, which I recently upgraded from on this machine.
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OOps, meant to say, I did *not* have this problem under RH 6.2 - I had never
seen the error before.
I can further reproduce this error by doing the following:
mount an NFS dir to a SCO OpenServer 5.0.5 machine, using this mount command in
/etc/fstab on the AS 2.1 box:
note: Garlock is the SCO 5.0.5 machine
Garlock:/usr/covalent/users/mark /home/samba/work/users/mark/covalent nfs
The directory is the accessed as a SAMBA share on the AS 2.1 box, making the
NFS directory appear as a "regular" directory on the AS 2.1 box.
On the SCO side, this is my export entry for the NFS share:
where linux.server is the AS 2.1 box.
As I said before, all this worked fine under RH 6.2, and I never had an issue.
We use the SCO machine to export a procedure the the export folder in Lotus
1-2-3 format, then the user will open the file, and get the error "File in
Use", when in fact it is not in use. The linux box then logs the error:
lockd: can't encode arguments: 5
I used a RH 9 machine to mount the same NFS directory, and could not get the
error. The error occurs *every* time on the 2.1AS box, when the file is
initially accessed. Subsequent access to the file seems to open it up just fine.