BSOD When Connected To Linux Samba Share
Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Will it interfer with unRAID if it's changed to "security = USER" ? Any help is greatly appreciated! I am able to access the share and move files to/from the share. http://hpwizardstore.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-surfing-web.html
Home Reviews Forums Forum Rules Links Contact Site Map Copyright © 2006-2015, HardwareCanucks.com. H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 20 Oct 2009 #4 pete Windows 7 4 posts More information on BSOD (Linux Network Share) I am new Thanks for the input. yeah, could be related to OMV, but a quick search on Google show that this seems to be a recurrent problem with Windows. (on of the search I was using; rdbss.sys http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/29959-bsod-when-connected-linux-samba-share.html
virtualbox.org End user forums for VirtualBox Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Login Information The requested topic does not exist. purko: --- Quote from: queeg on March 18, 2010, 12:12:43 PM ---Got a blue screen on my Win7--- End quote ---Why does that not surprise me? ;D Joe L.: --- Quote find quote k4sh1n Posting Freak Posts: 1,389 Joined: Jun 2011 Reputation: 34 2015-03-28 11:16 Post: #3 "rayures" Add your PC's to same homegroup. I can see the share and it's contents but within 10 minutes Windows 7 will go down with a BSOD complaining about rdbss.sys.
Has anyone else seen this? It doesn't mean that they won't troubleshoot it, but it does mean you can't be sure at this point whether the problem is "in Windows", or in one of those other The time now is 02:51. When I add video source in kodi it can see the PC under SMB, but as soon as I click on it the Windows 8.1 PC it's trying to connect to
For what it's worth, none of my Win7 machines do anything like this, despite accessing multiple samba-mounted shares in various ways. I am running the most recently Windows 7 updates as of this morning (October 19th, 2009). If this is an authentication issue, why would it let me read/write files prior to throwing the exception? The PC that crashes is running Windows 8.1 and the PC trying to connect to it is running windows 7.
No. Network & Sharing laptop cannot see linux server running samba on the same networkHi, I'm setting up home media server. Now I would know if some here have issues with Seven. I believe this to be a bug in the SMB driver in Windows 7.
It may be environmental after all. http://hpwizardstore.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-bf3-or-bf4-nvlddmkm-sys.html I can help, but it's far from a trivial ex3rcise, though I suspect you already know that. OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 31 Oct 2009 #10 sargue Windows 7 6 posts Quote: Originally Posted by H2SO4 Either let You may be "new to WinDBG" but you clearly have skill and knowledge.
What worries me is that few people seem to have this problem which is quite severe (BSOD!). My System Specs OS Windows 7 sargue View Public Profile Find More Posts by sargue 30 Oct 2009 #7 H2SO4 Win7x64 1,382 posts Quote: Originally Posted by Your cache administrator is webmaster. his comment is here Seriously! (Sorry can't find the link to the hot fix) It's my first time playing around with OMV and Samba shares (I do know my way around Linux, just no clue
Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Get VirtualBox Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any Microsoft is completely useless on the issue, there is a hot fix for Windows 7, but what about other versions of Windows? OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 30 Oct 2009 #8 sargue Windows 7 6 posts It really happens with the "vanilla" install.
OS Win7x64 H2SO4 View Public Profile Find More Posts by H2SO4 30 Oct 2009 #6 sargue Windows 7 6 posts Same problem here Same problem here.
RDBSS is what hooks up the SMB redirector to the cache manager component of the OS, and hence to the memory manager. Network & Sharing Samba Share Networkmounting as X,Y,Z works, \\Share\mount notDear admins, power users etc. If you don't have a login yet, please create a free account. weblink The last 36h hours i spend googling my problem but couldn't get any help to solve this issue.
Sometimes a BSOD is shown before the crash, here are the Blue screen viewer dumps (I have no clue what to do with them) DUMPS The Windows 7 PC is not I had "security = share" which seems to be a rather old way to work. Eventually narrowed down the fault to when I saved a file to a Samba 3.4.0 Ubuntu 8.04 server. Download and install.
Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. I've uninstalled it. Everything went fine until I connected to a network share hosted by a Debian Linux box running Samba 3.4.2. A picture of the BSOD in attached.
Whatever it's doing shouldn't cause win7 to crash. However, if I try to use Windows 7 to connect, I get an access denied error, saying my... Weird. I have no issues transferring large amounts of files to my QNAP NAS (which is Linux based and uses Samba). #4 (permalink) December 30, 2015, 05:03 PM jalmir Top
Transferring files to and from the NAS goes fine with larger files, but transferring this folder actually leads to a BSOD because of rdbss.sys. It may be environmental after all. Pete cant help you yet but can give you info on the problem if you are interested you can go here The Redirected Drive Buffering SubSystem Ken My System Specs System I have enabled a specific folder to be shared to 'everyone' on Windows 8.1.
Reference: http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-debugging/29959-bsod-when-connected-linux-samba-share-2.html Cheers Andy Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. For what it's worth, none of my Win7 machines do anything like this, despite accessing multiple samba-mounted shares in various ways. Changed it to the same as other Samba servers and recommended in the conf file setting and no more BSOD :) Changed "security = share" on smb.conf to "security = user". If it's a bug, it should stand out.
They're undoubtedly already getting minidumps submitted along these lines.