[Samba] Re: Trouble with windows mounts after reboot of windows server

Logan Shaw lshaw at emitinc.com
Tue Jun 27 15:55:13 GMT 2006

> Evert wrote:
>> The problem is that I have a couple of shares of a W2K server mounted with Samba on my (Gentoo) Linux. This works fine, until the W2K server gets rebooted. After that the shares are just timing out,
>> and they are impossible to unmount/remount...  :-/

On Tue, 27 Jun 2006, Evert wrote:
> Anyone...?   I know I'm not the only one with this problem...  :-/

You're probably not, but if you're exporting shares from W2K
and mounting them on Linux, that's not a Samba problem as far
as I know.  Samba is only used when Linux is the server, not
when it's mounting a CIFS filesystem from a remote server.

   - Logan

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