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Old 03-20-2011, 05:45 PM
Luk Claes
 
Default Bug#572406: "users" Mount Option Broken

> The "users" option got broken with the latest release, despite working
> correctly in 1:1.0.10-6+etch.1 (old stable). Non-root users can mount
> filesystems listed in /etc/fstab that have "users" specified, but they
> will be unable to unmount the filesystem
> ("umount.nfs: You are not permitted to unmount ...").
>
> My first thought is someone confused the "user" (which would need to
> check who mounted the FS) and "users" option. Given bug report #501459,
> part of which sounds like a similar issue with cifs, I'm also wondering
> if the interface between `mount` and `mount.<fstype>` got changed
> slightly.

Hi

Does adding a trailing slash in /etc/fstab fix the issue for you?

Cheers

Luk



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Old 03-21-2011, 09:57 PM
Elliott Mitchell
 
Default Bug#572406: "users" Mount Option Broken

>From: Luk Claes <luk@debian.org>
> > The "users" option got broken with the latest release, despite working
> > correctly in 1:1.0.10-6+etch.1 (old stable). Non-root users can mount
> > filesystems listed in /etc/fstab that have "users" specified, but they
> > will be unable to unmount the filesystem
> > ("umount.nfs: You are not permitted to unmount ...").
> >
> > My first thought is someone confused the "user" (which would need to
> > check who mounted the FS) and "users" option. Given bug report #501459,
> > part of which sounds like a similar issue with cifs, I'm also wondering
> > if the interface between `mount` and `mount.<fstype>` got changed
> > slightly.

> Does adding a trailing slash in /etc/fstab fix the issue for you?

Nope, no impact from adding one to either the NFS-server nor the mount
point (nor both at the same time). Also tried `umount` both with and
without a trailing slash in each of those combinations as well. Nothing.


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Old 03-21-2011, 11:29 PM
Elliott Mitchell
 
Default Bug#572406: "users" Mount Option Broken

I should also add that I'm now dealing with nfs-common 1:1.2.2-4, and
mount 2.17.2-9 (current stable).


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