SMBFS VFS.USEROMUNT BUG OR MY STUPIDITY?
anubis357 at optusnet.com.au
Thu Feb 12 01:20:06 PST 2004
On Wed, 11 Feb 2004 10:00 pm, Edd Barrett wrote:
> Hi there. I think i may have discovered a bug in free bsd 5.2-RELEASE, it
> may be in earlier versions too, but I have not tried it (maybe someone
> running 4.x could try it)
> I have made an fstab entry and nsmbrc file for a smb share. vfs.usermount
> is set to 1.
> A normal user (me in this case (edd)) can mount a cdrom drive (on a dir
> owned by him):
> mount /home/edd/cdrom
> umount /home/edd/cdrom
> this returns no errors and proves that vfs.usermount is working for cd9660
> mount /home/edd/rhome
> works fine... but
> umount /home/edd/rhome
> does NOT work. (permission denied) Is this a bug or am I being dumb?
Let me ask the obvious. Are you seeing anything in the logs? You dont happen
to have /home/edd/home as your current directory when you try and dismount?
Have you tried umount -v or umount -f?
I had a similar problem but i cant quite recall how i solved it. Ill look at
that machine in the next few days and see.
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