[Bug 211631] Re: Network is brought down before network filesystems are unmounted (CIFS timeout at shutdown)
thierry.carrez at ubuntu.com
Wed Apr 8 08:57:27 BST 2009
This problem is well-identified, it will affect Jaunty, there is no need
to confirm it or add to this already-long thread. Please just use the
"This bug affects me" link at the top instead.
This issue comes from the shutdown sequence that is not supporting a use
case of mounted network filesystems combined with a Networkmanager-
defined networking. It's difficult to solve for everyone because most
"solutions" are breaking other perfectly valid use cases. Solutions for
the next release cycle will be discussed by the Foundations team.
If you are affected by this bug, workarounds include:
- Do not use system-wide CIFS mounts but use Gnome VFS pseudomounts like typing smb://foo/bar in nautilus
- define your network in /etc/network/interfaces rather than in NetworkManager
- hacking the shutdown sequence to make it unmount network filesystems earlier (for example moving S31umountnfs.sh to S14umountnfs.sh in /etc/rc.d) : will fix it if you aren't executing anything on those network filesystems
Network is brought down before network filesystems are unmounted (CIFS timeout at shutdown)
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