[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#477498: Bug#477498: smbfs: Shutdown & Reboot scripts try umount CIFS but CIFSD is killed first
bubulle at debian.org
Thu Apr 24 05:09:18 UTC 2008
Quoting Renato S. Yamane (renatoyamane at mandic.com.br):
> Package: smbfs
> Version: 3.0.28a-1
> Severity: important
> mount -t smbfs -o username=USER,passwd=PASSWORD -o iocharset=utf8
> //192.168.1.11 /mnt/MS_SHARED
> $df -Th (only relevants output is showed):
> File System Type Size Used Avalilable Mounted at
> //192.168.1.11 cifs 223Gb 156Gb 68Gb /mnt/MS_SHARED
> If you shutdown or reboot, you can see (after 30s timeout):
> CIFS VFS: Server not responding
> CIFS VFS: No response for cmd <number> mid <number>
> Maybe this is happening because CIFSD is killed by shutdwon/reboot
> script *before* umount command.
However, none of these is under control of something provided by the
Unmounting cifs volumes is done by the umountnfs init script.
Killing the cifsd daemon (which I suppose is a kernel daemon) is done
by <whatever is doing it>....but nothing from the Samba packages.
I don't really know whether this should be reassigned to <some
package> or whether you should look closer to your init script order,
but I don't see this as belonging to the Samba packages.
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