[Pkg-samba-maint] Bug#746229: cifs-utils: first attempt at mount.cifs after reboot fails

Thomas Herrmann THerrmann at ADwin.de
Wed Oct 8 10:58:24 UTC 2014

I am seeing exactly the same problem on all my debian clients after 
migrating the server to samba 4 from backports (4.1.11+dfsg-1~bpo70+1)

Things I checked so far:

- Using different filesystem on server does not fix the problem.
- Updating client to cifs from debian testing or unstable does not fix 
the problem.
- Updating the linux kernel on the client to 3.14 from backports does 
not fix the problem.

- The error always occurs only once. Just executing the same mount 
command again leads to a successful connection. Mounting other shares 
afterwards works on the first call.

- Network is complete dual stack (IPv4+IPv6). Disabling IPv6 on client 
does not fix the problem.

- Server has multiple IPv4 and IPv6 addresses on the primary interface. 
This may be problematic, I will investigate further.

- Using different usernames, with/without password, with "nounix", with 
sec=ntlm or sec=ntlmv2 does not fix the problem.

Maybe someone can shine some light on this...


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