[Pkg-sysvinit-devel] Bug#431966: Shutdown & Reboot scripts try umount CIFS but CIFSD is killed first
yamane at mandic.com.br
Mon Aug 24 22:17:10 UTC 2009
Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> The best theory I find in any of them is that the network is pulled
> before the umounting is happening. What kind of network setup are you
> using? Wireless or cable? Is there some VPN involved?
Tested in wireless *and* cable network.
The problem happening in *both* situations on AMD64 arch.
The problem *don't* happening on i386 arch (even on wireless or cable network).
> scripts linked in rc0.d and rc7.d are all called with 'stop' argument - i
> didn't know that.
I don't see rc7.d in my machine.
$ cd /etc/rc[TAB][TAB]
> Now i'm thinking the problem was that wpa-ifupdown was being called
> before umountnfs. Renaming S15wpa-ifupdown to S33wpa-ifupdown also
> fixes the problem.
No. Renaming don't fix this problem.
> The update-rc.d call should be changed like this if this ordering
> make more sense:
> update-rc.d wpa-ifupdown start 32 0 6 . >/dev/null || exit $?
I did this command above, but don't fix the problem.
Can someone send us the .config diff between linux-kernel i686 and amd64?
Maybe a net option is doing this problem, because I have 2 laptops (one is
i686 and other is amd64) and I see this problem *only* in amd64 arch
(wireless and cable network):
CIFS VFS: No response for cmd 50 mid 9487
Renato S. Yamane
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