Im having an issue with a rpi4 based samba share. When I SSH into the server and delete a file locally, the connection to my one and only client seems to become less than reliable. Files that the client tries to put on the server dissapear or files will be empty once on the server. If i dont SSH into the server and delete anything, everything seems to work fine. The client is a piece of industrial equipment that uses a kind of file based request/response system to communicate. You put a request file in the share and it puts a response file in the share you can then read. The only thing I know about the client is that it must use smb1 because I have to enable ntlm auth in my smb.conf file. Here is what I have in my smb.conf
[global] workgroup = WORKGROUP ntlm auth = yes
server role = standalone server
[E63Session] comment = E63Session path = /home/pi/E63Session browsable = yes read only = no create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777
Ive tried enabling and disabling many settings in the smb.conf file with no effect. If try doing the same thing with windows 10 with the smb1 feature turned on I have no issue. Just on the rpi4. Thanks in advance for any input.