[Samba] RedHat 7.3 smbmount
urban at teststation.com
Wed Aug 7 08:05:01 GMT 2002
On Tue, 6 Aug 2002, John Hines wrote:
> I have a RedHat 7.3 workstation and have created a samba mount to my
> samba server. Everything seems to be working ok, but when I reboot my
> RH workstation the mount is not reestablished. I believe the problem is
> that when I reboot the machine the samba share is not unmounted. After
> rebooting the machine when I run smbstatus on the samba server it
> indicates the mount is still active.
When you reboot the connection is dropped and the server should see that
as an umount. At least after a while ...
> I when I run smbumount before I reboot I don't run into the problem.
> Is there any way to fix this problem without having to manually unmout
> the shares every time i reboot or power down my Linux box?
umount -a -t smbfs
/etc/init.d/netfs should be run on shutdown and should unmount for you. It
includes this line, and if you had any smbfs mounts it should find them.
[ -n "$SMBMTAB" ] && action $"Unmounting SMB filesystems: " umount -a -t smbfs
If you don't get that printout on shutdown, try adding the umount command
on a line of it's own.
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