[Samba] Browsing between linux boxes - clarification
cannewilson at tiscali.co.uk
Fri Oct 22 11:53:15 GMT 2004
On Friday 22 Oct 2004 09:48, Holger Krull wrote:
> >>>lsof /Public
> >>>lsof: WARNING: can't stat() smbfs file system
> >>>/home/anne/smb4k/DAVID/Public Output information may be incomplete.
> >>>COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE NODE NAME
> >>>smbd 31553 root cwd DIR 33,12 4096 48961 /Public
> > In this case, using smb4k, but using LinNeighborhood gives the same
> > though I haven't tried the lsof command with a directory locked up.
> >>Are you resharing a smb mounted directory?
> > No. /Public is a directory on this box, the server, purely for file
> > sharing and available to all. At the moment only one box is mounted, the
> > one that can't umount.
> Hmm, but why then is lsof speaking of a smbfs file system?
> If you share /Public but lsof speaks of /home/anne/smb4k/DAVID/Public,
> is /Public a link then?
/home/anne/smb4k/DAVID/Public is the mountpoint on the box that is trying to
umount access to /Public on this box.
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