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The container will exit without any comment, unless you increase the debug level. You can use something like --debuglevel=4. Once you do that, rebuilt and restart the container you will should get something at the end like: Server exit (EOF on stdin) And that points to the solution, change the smbd invocation to: exec ionice -c 3 smbd -FS < /dev/null ...


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You shouldn't do that. There're plenty system calls that creates temp files and directories in /tmp, including: Function: FILE * tmpfile (void) Function: FILE * tmpfile64 (void) Function: char * tmpnam (char *result) Function: char * tmpnam_r (char *result) Macro: int L_tmpnam Macro: int TMP_MAX Function: char * tempnam (const char *dir, ...


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Short version: The client machine is using MS Windows with "Windows Defender" enabled. The scan process is responsible for that logfile spamming... Verify: Check day and time on the client to run "Windows Defender" scan, compare with your SAMBA logs.


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If LVM snapshots are not working for you, then you need to look into periodic (and possibly frequent backups), written to a location where malware does not have write-access. Then you would only have the LVM snapshot active long enough to take the backup. Whether that means using Duplicity or borg-backup or rsync or rdiff-backup or rsnapshot, writing to an ...


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this would be consistent with unsuccessful authentication attempt? # This option controls how unsuccessful authentication attempts are mapped # to anonymous connections map to guest = bad user please post logfile showing your authentication succeeding or otherwise


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Depending on the setup of the machines in question, you may be able to use rpcclient as the anonymous user: rpcclient -U "" -N -c enumprinters YOURMACHINE Note that this may not work for Windows machines with the default group policy, but should work for most Samba setups.


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If you create the printer, either through the web ui or via lpadmin with a URL with the special characters % encoded like this: lpadmin -p fake -v smb://bob:pass%20word@rice/BLAH -P /tmp/foo.ppd then the password will be stored in the /etc/cups/printers.conf file (which is readable only by root) and will not be displayed in the web UI. Be careful though ...


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Andrew Bartlett from Catalyst IT gave me the hint to install "winbind". You don't have to use nss_winbind or pam_winbind. Just running winbindd is enough. Of course, this is not a real fix, but it worked for me on two machines and I don't have to downgrade to u7. See https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=820981 for details.


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Edit /etc/samba/smb.conf, in [global] section, change the following configurations: netbios name = Debian server string = Debian



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