Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

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Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby MikeWidmann » 22. Jul 2011, 17:47

Hi

Mit 4.1.0 gibts ein massives Problem mit den Shared Foldern.
Ich legen den Folder an - kann ganz normal drauf zugreifen und durchblättern - aber sobald ich eine Datei weg kopieren / öffnen / bearbeiten will kommt folgendes:
im Windows:

Fehler: 0x80070057 Falscher Parameter ...

ähnliches passiert beim öffnen / schreiben etc....

Hat irgendjemand eine Idee dazu?

lg

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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby Perryg » 22. Jul 2011, 18:00

English please.
Are you using auto-mount?
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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby MikeWidmann » 22. Jul 2011, 18:06

Hi

With 4.1.0 there's a problem with shared folders...

it operates flawless with all new folders and files - but with older files / folders i do have the problem that they are visible and could be navigated - but files couldn't be opened moved or something else.
windows error message:

0x80070057 Wrong Parameter / or sometimes :E\data\test\test.txt wrong parameter (see the : on the start)


And automount - means yes - if starting - the folder is permanent available


greetings

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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby Perryg » 22. Jul 2011, 19:04

Have you tried to un-mount the folders and remap them? un-mount in the guest and reboot before trying to mount again. If this is auto-mount you will then need to reboot after you mount them. Or you can NOT use auto-mount and select to use permanent and mount the share manually.
See Chapter 4.3.1 Manual mounting in your VirtualBox users manual.
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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby MikeWidmann » 23. Jul 2011, 12:54

hi

Tried all the steps - unmounted / removed - rebootet - no change... couldn't access anymore old files....

Any Ideas?


Perryg wrote:Have you tried to un-mount the folders and remap them? un-mount in the guest and reboot before trying to mount again. If this is auto-mount you will then need to reboot after you mount them. Or you can NOT use auto-mount and select to use permanent and mount the share manually.
See Chapter 4.3.1 Manual mounting in your VirtualBox users manual.
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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby MikeWidmann » 24. Jul 2011, 09:11

Reinstalled Virtualbox 4.0.12 - all works problemfree..

So it's a definit problem from VBox 4.1.0 ...
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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby Perryg » 24. Jul 2011, 14:24

These kinds of problems that are reproducible should be reported to bugtracker. You will need to setup an account there as it is on a different system.
It would also help if you can post the ticket number here so other can see the progress, add information, or see the final results.
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Re: Permaent Shared Folders Problem in Solaris / Illumnos

Postby pshrutpark » 27. Jul 2011, 12:45

MikeWidmann wrote:Reinstalled Virtualbox 4.0.12 - all works problemfree..

So it's a definit problem from VBox 4.1.0 ...


I experienced the same problem and error code with Win 7 64 bit on OS X host (the Win 2000 client worked fine).

Reverted to 4.0.12 and all is well.

Definitely seems a 4.1 problem.
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