[Bug 1577885] Re: 120sec delay during shutdown or reboot with still mounted cifs (via Wifi)
matthias.laumer at web.de
Sat May 7 08:38:18 UTC 2016
Just installed an automated update to Kernel 4.4.0-22-generic. Now, the
workarround with the "aliases" has also stopped working.
Unable to shutdown Ubuntu with mounted CIFS (only after 120 sec. of
trying and finnaly failing...)
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120sec delay during shutdown or reboot with still mounted cifs (via
Status in systemd package in Ubuntu:
Using Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop with Unity, used the same approach in 14.04
with no issue.
I prepare for mounting with the following entry in /etc/fstab my
Synology NAS :
//192.168.178.61/data /media/server/server_data cifs
After login to unity, I mount it with a bash-script (mount -a) which
is called from ~/.config/autostart/myMounts.desktop
Doing this, and shuting down or rebooting lead into a very delayed
shutdown (round about 2 minutes) Pressing ESC Key, showed that the
process stops at the command "umount /media/server ..."
I have not tested if this also occurs when I am connected via
ethernet. I think it is because the (Wifi)Network is already disabled
prior all umounts are done.
This issue happens even if I type in a shutdown command into a
Terminal or if I choose shutdown form the menue, also if I use the
Failure can be avoided if I umount the network-drives manually
previouse to reboot.
Interim solution was, to create an alias for "shutdown" like "sh
/path/to/umount/script.sh && shutdown" in /etc/bash.bashrc.local.
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