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Debugging-Specific Operations

Samba-3.x permits debugging (logging) of specific functional components without unnecessarily cluttering the log files with detailed logs for all operations. An example configuration to achieve this is shown in:

log level = 0 tdb:3 passdb:5 auth:4 vfs:2
max log size = 0
log file = /var/log/samba/%U.%m.log

This will cause the level of detail to be expanded to the debug class (log level) passed to each functional area per the value shown above. The first value passed to the log level of 0 means turn off all unnecessary debugging except the debug classes set for the functional areas as specified. The table shown in Debuggable Functions may be used to attain very precise analysis of each SMB operation Samba is conducting.

Table39.1.Debuggable Functions

Function Name Function Name
all passdb
tdb sam
printdrivers auth
lanman winbind
smb vfs
rpc_parse idmap
rpc_srv quota
rpc_cli acls
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