[Bug 76852] Re: auto mount of smb share fail after suspend
steve.langasek at canonical.com
Sat Mar 15 22:32:59 GMT 2008
Thank you for taking the time to report this issue and help to improve
I've tested this with hardy by mounting a filesystem from a remote samba
server, then suspending my laptop for 30 minutes and resuming.
'ls testmount' returns immediately when I run it post-resume; the only
glitch at all is a single line in /var/log/kern.log:
Mar 15 15:24:27 dario kernel: [ 23.099055] CIFS VFS: No response
for cmd 50 mid 33
And the logs on the samba server show both a disconnection due to
timeout, and a reconnection after the laptop resumed.
So the current 'cifs' driver in the kernel correctly handles reconnects
on timeout; and the older 'smbfs' driver is no longer supported as of
hardy, instead mount.smbfs is provided as a wrapper around the cifs
I believe this bug can therefore be considered resolved.
** Changed in: samba (Ubuntu)
Status: Confirmed => Fix Released
auto mount of smb share fail after suspend
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