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From: Moray Henderson on 16 Dec 2009 05:30
Yatish Jain wrote:
>I am trying to make changes to "interfaces = " parameter in smb.conf
>samba is running but even after "smbcontrol smbd reload-configuration"
>there is no effect of this change.
>Please tell me how to find the interfaces a running smbd is listening
>since smb.conf file may have changed since smbd started and didn't
>Version : 3.0.33-3.7.el5
>Platform: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3
Samba can pick up certain changes dynamically, such as adding a new
share, but I would expect changing the interfaces parameter to require a
full restart: I do not think existing connections could be moved
seamlessly from one interface to another.
One way so see what Samba is listening on is to use the netstat(8)
command. Something like
netstat -lnp | grep [ns]mbd
will show you what IP addresses and ports Samba is using.
"To err is human. To purr, feline"
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