I am having a strange issue with
cifsd in my network. I am using two routers connected through a LAN cable in the same LAN zone. Both routers (HomeHub 5A & TpLink W8980) are running OpenWrt r11563, compiled as of a few hours before. If I run
cifsd on my main router (HH5A) I can access the files just fine everywhere in the LAN clients.
I am originally using the file server on my 2nd router (W8980, IP=192.168.x.254) and it was working fine with Samba before but with cifsd it doesnt show up anything and I cant even access the files if I try to create the shortcut to the server in Windows. Nothing shows up in any of the LAN clients anyway.
Any thoughts here?
Edit: Forgot to add the config files:
[global] netbios name = HomeHub5A server string = Cifsd on OpenWrt workgroup = WORKGROUP interfaces = br-lan bind interfaces only = yes ipc timeout = 8 deadtime = 15 map to guest = Bad User [TMP] path = /tmp read only = yes guest ok = yes
[global] netbios name = TpLink-W8980 server string = Ahmar's NAS workgroup = WORKGROUP interfaces = br-lan bind interfaces only = yes ipc timeout = 8 deadtime = 15 map to guest = Bad User [data] path = /tmp/data-hdd valid users = cloud create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777 [torrents] path = /tmp/data-hdd/common-data read only = yes guest ok = yes
Update: Kernel Panic
Kernel panic - not syncing: stack-protector: Kernel stack is corrupted in: cifsd_auth_ntlmv2+0x48c/0x4bc [cifsd]
As it turns out
cifsd is also crashing on a HomeHub 5A that I manage remotely and I also flashed it today with the compiled firmware. Now I have disabled
cifsd for now and installed
samba36 to access the files. Will have to wait for it to be fixed.