I have a samba share sharing a folder on my linux server. The operating drive of the computer is a small drive, but I have a few LARGE drives connected to it as well. I've mounted the large drives inside of the folder I've shared. However, when mounting the folder in windows (over the network) it still only reports the capacity of the main (small) drive. Which means I can't transfer large amounts of files (larger than the capacity of the main drive.)
What am I doing wrong? How can I fix it?
EDIT: The samba config is pretty much stock, I literally just allowed myself to connect then started it up. By default it shares my home folder.
EDIT2: Kinda fixed it. If you make the mount point of the drive the root of the samba share, then windows will at least allow you to transfer large amounts of files, but it does NOT report the available capacity of the drive "XXX TB available of XXX TB". It just doesn't have that text at all.
Edited by corrado33, 03 October 2016 - 10:06 PM.