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authorSteve French <sfrench@us.ibm.com>2009-02-20 05:43:09 +0000
committerSteve French <sfrench@us.ibm.com>2009-02-21 03:37:10 +0000
commiteca6acf91552a9b2e997cc76339115c95eac0217 (patch)
tree2c3c3ef60900d6ee0cb8952f2bd4195abfb92663 /fs/cifs/sess.c
parentc3b2a0c640bff7df85d79fb4f89674949a267ec2 (diff)
[CIFS] Fix multiuser mounts so server does not invalidate earlier security contexts
When two different users mount the same Windows 2003 Server share using CIFS, the first session mounted can be invalidated. Some servers invalidate the first smb session when a second similar user (e.g. two users who get mapped by server to "guest") authenticates an smb session from the same client. By making sure that we set the 2nd and subsequent vc numbers to nonzero values, this ensures that we will not have this problem. Fixes Samba bug 6004, problem description follows: How to reproduce: - configure an "open share" (full permissions to Guest user) on Windows 2003 Server (I couldn't reproduce the problem with Samba server or Windows older than 2003) - mount the share twice with different users who will be authenticated as guest. noacl,noperm,user=john,dir_mode=0700,domain=DOMAIN,rw noacl,noperm,user=jeff,dir_mode=0700,domain=DOMAIN,rw Result: - just the mount point mounted last is accessible: Signed-off-by: Steve French <sfrench@us.ibm.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'fs/cifs/sess.c')
-rw-r--r--fs/cifs/sess.c87
1 files changed, 85 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/fs/cifs/sess.c b/fs/cifs/sess.c
index b234407a300..5c68b4282be 100644
--- a/fs/cifs/sess.c
+++ b/fs/cifs/sess.c
@@ -34,15 +34,99 @@
extern void SMBNTencrypt(unsigned char *passwd, unsigned char *c8,
unsigned char *p24);
+/* Checks if this is the first smb session to be reconnected after
+ the socket has been reestablished (so we know whether to use vc 0).
+ Called while holding the cifs_tcp_ses_lock, so do not block */
+static bool is_first_ses_reconnect(struct cifsSesInfo *ses)
+{
+ struct list_head *tmp;
+ struct cifsSesInfo *tmp_ses;
+
+ list_for_each(tmp, &ses->server->smb_ses_list) {
+ tmp_ses = list_entry(tmp, struct cifsSesInfo,
+ smb_ses_list);
+ if (tmp_ses->need_reconnect == false)
+ return false;
+ }
+ /* could not find a session that was already connected,
+ this must be the first one we are reconnecting */
+ return true;
+}
+
+/*
+ * vc number 0 is treated specially by some servers, and should be the
+ * first one we request. After that we can use vcnumbers up to maxvcs,
+ * one for each smb session (some Windows versions set maxvcs incorrectly
+ * so maxvc=1 can be ignored). If we have too many vcs, we can reuse
+ * any vc but zero (some servers reset the connection on vcnum zero)
+ *
+ */
+static __le16 get_next_vcnum(struct cifsSesInfo *ses)
+{
+ __u16 vcnum = 0;
+ struct list_head *tmp;
+ struct cifsSesInfo *tmp_ses;
+ __u16 max_vcs = ses->server->max_vcs;
+ __u16 i;
+ int free_vc_found = 0;
+
+ /* Quoting the MS-SMB specification: "Windows-based SMB servers set this
+ field to one but do not enforce this limit, which allows an SMB client
+ to establish more virtual circuits than allowed by this value ... but
+ other server implementations can enforce this limit." */
+ if (max_vcs < 2)
+ max_vcs = 0xFFFF;
+
+ write_lock(&cifs_tcp_ses_lock);
+ if ((ses->need_reconnect) && is_first_ses_reconnect(ses))
+ goto get_vc_num_exit; /* vcnum will be zero */
+ for (i = ses->server->srv_count - 1; i < max_vcs; i++) {
+ if (i == 0) /* this is the only connection, use vc 0 */
+ break;
+
+ free_vc_found = 1;
+
+ list_for_each(tmp, &ses->server->smb_ses_list) {
+ tmp_ses = list_entry(tmp, struct cifsSesInfo,
+ smb_ses_list);
+ if (tmp_ses->vcnum == i) {
+ free_vc_found = 0;
+ break; /* found duplicate, try next vcnum */
+ }
+ }
+ if (free_vc_found)
+ break; /* we found a vcnumber that will work - use it */
+ }
+
+ if (i == 0)
+ vcnum = 0; /* for most common case, ie if one smb session, use
+ vc zero. Also for case when no free vcnum, zero
+ is safest to send (some clients only send zero) */
+ else if (free_vc_found == 0)
+ vcnum = 1; /* we can not reuse vc=0 safely, since some servers
+ reset all uids on that, but 1 is ok. */
+ else
+ vcnum = i;
+ ses->vcnum = vcnum;
+get_vc_num_exit:
+ write_unlock(&cifs_tcp_ses_lock);
+
+ return le16_to_cpu(vcnum);
+}
+
static __u32 cifs_ssetup_hdr(struct cifsSesInfo *ses, SESSION_SETUP_ANDX *pSMB)
{
__u32 capabilities = 0;
/* init fields common to all four types of SessSetup */
- /* note that header is initialized to zero in header_assemble */
+ /* Note that offsets for first seven fields in req struct are same */
+ /* in CIFS Specs so does not matter which of 3 forms of struct */
+ /* that we use in next few lines */
+ /* Note that header is initialized to zero in header_assemble */
pSMB->req.AndXCommand = 0xFF;
pSMB->req.MaxBufferSize = cpu_to_le16(ses->server->maxBuf);
pSMB->req.MaxMpxCount = cpu_to_le16(ses->server->maxReq);
+ pSMB->req.VcNumber = get_next_vcnum(ses);
/* Now no need to set SMBFLG_CASELESS or obsolete CANONICAL PATH */
@@ -71,7 +155,6 @@ static __u32 cifs_ssetup_hdr(struct cifsSesInfo *ses, SESSION_SETUP_ANDX *pSMB)
if (ses->capabilities & CAP_UNIX)
capabilities |= CAP_UNIX;
- /* BB check whether to init vcnum BB */
return capabilities;
}