What shares are mounted on client ?
cbrady at ind.tansu.com.au
Thu Mar 26 02:51:07 GMT 1998
On Thu, 26 Mar 1998, W.J. McEachran wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 25, 1998 at 10:33:15AM -0500, Herb Lewis wrote:
> > You can use smbstatus which will give you a list of services used
> > use by each machine.
> That's what I thought originally but I only get one line per client.
> Forinstance my WFW box has 5 'drives' mounted from shares on the SCO box at
> the moment but 'smbstatus' shows only one line for my client.
> Samba version 1.9.16p5
> Service uid gid pid machine
> tmp billjr group 20960 billjr (184.108.40.206) Wed Mar 25
> 09:02:18 1998
WFW can be configured to delay the connect on shares until it is actually
required. I think M$ calls it "Shadowed connections". That could explain
what you are seeing. There's a checkbox for this when you Connect to a
There is also a checkbox for Always Reconnect at Startup (or words to that
effect) - that could be the answer to your question about how to be sure
that the client mounts the shares you want it to.
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