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Bug#608858: [lenny -> lenny-backports regression] smbd kernel bug copying large file

I don't remember the kernel I was using back then, but I have since ugraded to Squeeze and I'm using its current kernel.

---- Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@gmail.com> wrote: 
> Hi,
> Gregg Kniss wrote:
> > I have not experienced a single bit of trouble until upgrading to this
> > kernel.
> Learning that this was a regression is useful; do you remember what
> kernel you used before?  (/var/log/dpkg.log* might tell.)
> >         I will try writing a large file to other file systems as well, but I
> > do know that I can write smaller, 1-300mb, files to other file systems
> > without an issue.
> >
> > Yes I'm using aacraid. I'm using an Adaptec 2820 card with 4 500gb drives in
> > raid 10.
> >
> > This is actually the second time it has happened performing the same action.
> > Copying a large file from a Windows box via the Samba share.
> >
> > I will have to find a spare drive to connect and test.
> I'm also curious about whether this has continued to happen again or
> you were able to find a fix or reproduction recipe.  What kernel are
> you using these days?
> Sorry for the long silence.
> Sincerely,
> Jonathan

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