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smbd(8) 						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						   smbd(8)

NAME
smbd -- SMB server daemon SYNOPSIS
smbd [options] DESCRIPTION
smbd runs on a server machine to service SMB protocol requests from SMB client machines. OPTIONS
-debug The service will log extensive debug information and may perform extra diagnostic checks. In debug mode, smbd will not exit when idle. -help Prints a usage message and exits. -ports list The service will listen on each of the TCP ports specified in the comma-separated list. This option is typically only used for debugging, since smbd is normally launched by launchd(8) on port 445. -stdout Causes smbd to print log messages to standard output instead of the system log. -no-symlinks In normal operation, smbd will respond to client symlink requests but will never follow symlinks itself. This flag causes smbd to restrict client access to symlink operations and to always follow symlinks. In this case, clients will not be aware that symlinks are in use because they will always be directed to the symlink target. FILES
/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.smb.server.plist The primary configuration for the SMB stack. This file is updated by various system services and should not be edited by hand. /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.smbd.plist The smbd service's property list file for launchd(8). SIGNALS
SIGHUP This signal causes smbd to re-read its configuration settings. SEE ALSO
launchd(8) STANDARDS
The SMB protocol is documented as part of the Microsoft Work Group Server Protocol Program (WSPP) technical documentation set, specifically MS-CIFS Common Internet File System Specification MS-SMB Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol Specification HISTORY
The smbd utility first appeared in Mac OS 10.7. Darwin May 31, 2019 Darwin

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netbiosd(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					       netbiosd(8)

NAME
netbiosd -- NetBIOS protocol daemon SYNOPSIS
netbiosd [options] DESCRIPTION
netbiosd is responsible for interacting with NetBIOS networks. netbiosd registers and defends one or more NetBIOS name, depending on the set of configured services. It also browses and scavenges names from the NetBIOS network, making them available to the system through mDNSResponder. OPTIONS
-debug The service will log extensive debug information and may perform extra diagnostic checks. This option is typically only useful for debugging. -dump-packets Pretty-print all sent and received NetBIOS packets to the output log. This option is typically only useful for debugging. -help Prints a usage message and exits. -max-refresh Maximum time (in seconds) between searches to refresh the workgroup list. -min-refresh Minimum time (in seconds) between searches to refresh the workgroup list. -stdout Causes netbiosd to print log messages to standard output instead of the system log. FILES
/Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.smb.server.plist The primary configuration for the SMB stack. This file is updated by various system services and should not be edited by hand. /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.netbiosd.plist The netbiosd service's property list file for launchd(8). SIGNALS
SIGHUP This signal causes netbiosd to reconfigure. It will first unregister any NetBIOS names it has registered. Then it will determine its new set of NetBIOS names and register those. SIGUSR1 This signal causes netbiosd to toggle debug logging. SEE ALSO
launchd(8), mDNSResponder(8) STANDARDS
The TCP/UDP embodiment of the NetBIOS protocol is documented in RFC 1002 Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP: Detailed Specifications, 1987 RFC 1001 Protocol standard for a NetBIOS service on a TCP/UDP: Concepts and Methods, 1987 The NetBIOS browsing protocol is documented as part of the Microsoft Work Group Server Protocol Program (WSPP) technical documentation set, specifically MS-BRWS Common Internet File System (CIFS) Browser Protocol Specification HISTORY
The netbiosd utility first appeared in Mac OS 10.7. Darwin June 2, 2019 Darwin
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