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LOCKTEST(1)				    Test Suite				      LOCKTEST(1)

       locktest - Find differences in locking between two SMB servers

       locktest {//server1/share1} {//server2/share2} [-U user%pass] [-U user%pass] [-s seed]
		[-o numops] [-a] [-O] [-E] [-Z] [-R range] [-B base] [-M min]

       locktest is a utility for detecting differences in behaviour in locking between SMB
       servers. It will run a random set of locking operations against //server1/share1 and then
       the same random set against //server2/share2 and display the differences in the responses
       it gets.

       This utility is used by the Samba team to find differences in behaviour between Samba and
       Windows servers.

       -U user%pass
	   Specify the user and password to use when logging on on the shares. This parameter can
	   be specified twice (once for the first server, once for the second).

       -s seed
	   Seed the random number generator with the specified value.

       -o numops
	   Set the number of operations to perform.

	   Print the operations that are performed.

	   Backtrack to find minimal number of operations required to make the response to a
	   certain call differ.

	   Enable oplocks.

	   Hide unlock fails.

	   enable exact error code checking

	   enable the zero/zero lock

       -R range
	   set lock range

       -B base
	   set lock base

       -M min
	   set min lock length

	   Use kerberos

       This man page is correct for version 4.0 of the Samba suite.


       This utility is part of the Samba[1] suite, which is developed by the global Samba

       locktest was written by Andrew Tridgell.

       This manpage was written by Jelmer Vernooij.

	1. Samba

	2. Samba Team

Samba 4.0				    06/17/2014				      LOCKTEST(1)
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