Re: Samba copy of large file crashes Slug
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mike \(mwester\)" <mwester@...>
>No the drive is the native partition that also has the unslung files
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "nathankirkham.rm" <nathankirkham@...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, November 25, 2007 3:21 PM
> Subject: [nslu2-linux] Samba copy of large file crashes Slug
> > using 6.8 I copy a large file ~3GB using a mapped drive on windows
> > (z:) the a local usb drive and about a third of the way through
> > windows says the drive is no longer mapped.
> > The slug will no longer accept ssh connections, samba is dead and web
> > admin gui and another web app (twonky) are all inaccessible.
> > The machine can still be pinged but I can not access so I unplug and
> > reboot. on reboot all is well and everything works.
> > Looking in the logs for samba and 'messages' there is nothing showing
> > an error.
> > I don't know where to look to debug this .. I'm sure it didn't do this
> > before but I haven't used it for a few months. As an aside I noticed
> > recently that someone was trying to hack in to ssh from externally
> > through a forwarded ssh port. I closed the forward but don't think
> > they got in.
> > Any help greatly appreciated!
> > Nathan
> Is your drive an NTFS device?
> Mike (mwester)
My other drives are NTFS is their a problem with that? I copy files
to the drives using USB on PC then plug them for sharing in the
Slug... might this reveal a problem?