weird fam/samba problem
I have a machine out in the workshop that I occasionally mount via a
samba share. Its a debian variant, hence this posting to both lists.
At present, no shells are logged into it, nor any utilities are open to
the share known as /mnt/shop-slash on this machine.
But if I try to umount it, its busy! And lsof|grep shop returns this:
fam 3661 root 194r DIR 3,7 4096
fam 3661 root 202r DIR 0,19 4096
fam 3661 root 206r DIR 3,7 4096
fam 3661 root 207r DIR 3,7 4096
the first and third/forth verses of that report only exist as unmounted
dirs in the local /mnt dir, so why is fam apparently issueing a lock
against them all?
This system is an FC2 system, somewhat hacked but otherwise uptodate.
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