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Old 11-07-2008, 02:50 PM
Art Alexion
 
Default flaky cifs mounting after recent kernel update

I allowed the kernel update yesterday and rebooted. Since then, it seems
my cifs (windows share) mounts randomly balk at how they are mounted.

There are 5 mounts, and 3 are fairly identical in that they are shares on
the same windows server with identical credentials, but mount -a seems to
decide to mount one or two ro. And it isn't always the same ones.

Is anyone else getting this with Intrepid?


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Old 11-07-2008, 02:54 PM
Bart Silverstrim
 
Default flaky cifs mounting after recent kernel update

Art Alexion wrote:
> I allowed the kernel update yesterday and rebooted. Since then, it seems
> my cifs (windows share) mounts randomly balk at how they are mounted.
>
> There are 5 mounts, and 3 are fairly identical in that they are shares on
> the same windows server with identical credentials, but mount -a seems to
> decide to mount one or two ro. And it isn't always the same ones.
>
> Is anyone else getting this with Intrepid?

Just mounted 2 items a few moments ago to test, both came up rw. This is
authenticating to an Active Directory domain with -o user,domain.

Doesn't mean it's not flaky, just that it worked this time here and I
haven't noticed problems yet.

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