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Oracle Host reports "Bad file descriptor error" while running "file" command on SMB share using port 139

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

SMB2.1 and above

Issue

  • "file" command returns Bad file descriptor error when file size is greater than 130991 bytes with port 139.

[root@xxxx test]# ll
-rwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 130992 Apr 14 15:26 128k_min_80.bin
[root@xxxx test]# file 128k_min_80.bin
128k_min_80.bin: ERROR: cannot read (Bad file descriptor)

  • No Error observed with file size less than or equal to 130991 bytes with port 139.

[root@xxxx test]# ll
-rwxr-xr-x. 1 root root 130991 Apr 14 15:32 128k_min_81.bin
[root@xxxx test]# file 128k_min_81.bin
128k_min_81.bin: data

 

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