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|Summary:||"users" option in fstab allows nonroot users to mount shares, but not unmount them|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Matt Kinni <matt>|
|Component:||nfs-utils||Assignee:||Steve Dickson <steved>|
|Status:||CLOSED WONTFIX||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||15||CC:||baron, frankly3d, jlayton, joe.christy, mailings, ryniker, steved|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
|Doc Text:||Story Points:||---|
|Last Closed:||2012-08-07 14:39:29 EDT||Type:||---|
|oVirt Team:||---||RHEL 7.3 requirements from Atomic Host:|
Description Matt Kinni 2011-05-21 21:00:29 EDT
Description of problem: Hello, I noticed recently after a yum update that users aren't able to unmount nfs shares that have previously mounted. This also breaks mounting/unmounting by clicking on predefined network locations in nautilus; mounting works but unmounting doesn't. Here is my fstab: homeserver:/ /media/nfs-homeserver nfs4 sec=krb5p,users,soft,timeo=10,retrans=1,retry=1,noauto,_netdev 0 0 ------------ Mounting example: └─[17:52]-> mount -vvv /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures/ mount: fstab path: "/etc/fstab" mount: mtab path: "/etc/mtab" mount: lock path: "/etc/mtab~" mount: temp path: "/etc/mtab.tmp" mount: UID: 500 mount: eUID: 0 mount: spec: "homeserver:/Pictures" mount: node: "/media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures" mount: types: "nfs4" mount: opts: "sec=krb5p,users,soft,timeo=10,retrans=1,retry=1,noauto,_netdev" mount: external mount: argv = "/sbin/mount.nfs4" mount: external mount: argv = "homeserver:/Pictures" mount: external mount: argv = "/media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures" mount: external mount: argv = "-v" mount: external mount: argv = "-o" mount: external mount: argv = "rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev,noauto,users,_netdev,sec=krb5p,soft,timeo=10,retrans=1,retry=1" mount.nfs4: timeout set for Sat May 21 17:53:23 2011 mount.nfs4: trying text-based options 'sec=krb5p,soft,timeo=10,retrans=1,retry=1,addr=10.10.10.10,clientaddr=10.10.10.5' homeserver:/Pictures on /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures type nfs4 (sec=krb5p,users,soft,timeo=10,retrans=1,retry=1,noauto,_netdev) ------------ Unmounting example: └─[17:53]-> umount -vvv /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures/ Trying to unmount /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures umount.nfs4: You are not permitted to unmount /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures umount.nfs4: You are not permitted to unmount /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures └─[17:53]-> sudo umount -vvv /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures/ Trying to unmount /media/nfs-homeserver/Pictures NFSv4 mount point detected homeserver:/Pictures umounted ------------ Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): I'm not exactly sure what component is the culprit here, but I'm guessing nfs. nfs-utils-1.2.3-11.fc15.x86_64 How reproducible: always Steps to Reproduce: 1. mount share as user 2. umount same share as user 3. Actual results: operation not permitted Expected results: operation permitted Additional info: I just happen to use kerberos, but the same thing happens when I turn kerberos off. Also just from googling around I came across this, which might be the same error but on suse: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=681106, and this post on debian mailing list http://lists.debian.org/debian-kernel/2011/03/msg00665.html
Comment 1 Joe Christy 2011-06-27 16:36:29 EDT
I see this problem, with a fully updated to 2011-06-28 F15 machine. After reading other bug reports, it seems to me that the problem is the disparity between fstab and proc/mounts, wrt trailing slashes, e.g. shango(V) mount /ahab shango(V) umount /ahab umount: /ahab mount disagrees with the fstab shango(V) egrep /ahab /etc/fstab moby:/ahab /ahab nfs user,noauto,bg shango(V) egrep /ahab /proc/mounts moby:/ahab/ /ahab nfs4 rw,relatime,vers=4,rsize=1048576,wsize=1048576,namlen=255,hard,proto=tcp,port=0,timeo=600,retrans=2,sec=sys,clientaddr=172.24.4.64,minorversion=0,local_lock=none,addr=172.24.4.16 0 0 Two additional comments: 1)root has no problem umounting user mounts (duh). 2) This explains the following *extremely* annoying behavior: when I simply logout a/o shutdown, w/o first umounting nfs shares as root, shutdown wedges, irrecoverably at the stage of unmounting filesystems. The only way to recover is to force a power cycle. On a machine w/ soft RAID managed through mdm, this means that at reboot, the machine needs to re-sync the soft RAID, which takes considerable time and resources.
Comment 2 Matt Kinni 2011-06-27 22:37:32 EDT
@Joe Christy, I confirm the same behavior when trying to shutdown my laptop while forgetting to unmount user shares first; only the sysrq keys or yanking the power can successfully get passed the frozen nfs process.
Comment 3 Ferry Huberts 2011-09-23 10:11:55 EDT
I can confirm this bug. /etc/fstab entry: qnap859:/Multimedia /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia nfs defaults,noauto,users,nfsvers=3,bg 0 0 I can mount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia as non-root but not unmount /proc/mounts: qnap859:/Multimedia/ /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia nfs rw,relatime,vers=3,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,namlen=255,hard,proto=tcp,timeo=600,retrans=2,sec=sys,mountaddr=192.168.160.20,mountvers=3,mountport=59904,mountproto=udp,local_lock=none,addr=192.168.160.20 0 0 see also https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/util-linux/+bug/99437 https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/util-linux/+bug/71609 it appears this is a long standing bug....
Comment 4 Jeff Layton 2011-09-23 10:23:42 EDT
The problem is likely the change /etc/mtab to a symlink to /proc/mounts. The kernel nfs code does not currently take care to ensure that the device string in /proc/mounts is identical to the one passed in the mount() call. That probably will need to be fixed. A temporary workaround would be to add the trailing '/' to the "device" in /etc/fstab. So for the case in comment #3: qnap859:/Multimedia ...if you change that to read: qnap859:/Multimedia/ ...then it will likely work. I don't think the situation in the original description though will likely ever work. You have: homeserver:/ ...but you're trying to unmount something under there: homeserver:/Pictures The latter filesystem was automounted by the kernel and the "users" option has no bearing on it. Unmounting homeserver:/ though should still work. It is required that the filesystems for "users" and "user=" options be listed explicitly.
Comment 5 Ferry Huberts 2011-09-23 11:18:43 EDT
(In reply to comment #4) > The problem is likely the change /etc/mtab to a symlink to /proc/mounts. The > kernel nfs code does not currently take care to ensure that the device string > in /proc/mounts is identical to the one passed in the mount() call. That > probably will need to be fixed. > > A temporary workaround would be to add the trailing '/' to the "device" in > /etc/fstab. So for the case in comment #3: did so > > qnap859:/Multimedia > > ...if you change that to read: > > qnap859:/Multimedia/ > > ...then it will likely work. I don't think the situation in the original > description though will likely ever work. You have: > fail: $ umount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia umount.nfs: You are not permitted to unmount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia umount.nfs: You are not permitted to unmount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia $ umount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia/ umount.nfs: You are not permitted to unmount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia umount.nfs: You are not permitted to unmount /mnt/qnap859/Multimedia
Comment 6 Richard Ryniker 2011-11-10 09:07:49 EST
Also occurs in F16.
Comment 7 Frank Murphy 2012-01-01 15:10:04 EST
Similar problem across, F15\F16\F17(Rawhide) I can mount and umount of "users" in /etc/fstab on one F16.x86_64 box only using a launcher /usr/bin/usermount All boxes use the /usr/bin/usermount (launcher) my.nas.here://nfs/store01 /home/frank/Net01 nfs users,rw,noauto,hard,intr 0 0 my.nas.here://nfs/virtual /home/frank/Virtual nfs users,rw,noauto,hard,intr 0 0 my.nas.here://nfs/torrents /home/frank/Torrents nfs users,rw,noauto,hard,intr 0 0 These three mounts are the same across F16, F17\Rawhide which don't work just mount only. kernel-3.1.6-1.fc16.x86_64 autofs-5.0.6-3.fc16.x86_64 nfs-utils-1.2.5-3.fc16.x86_64 When clicking the "unmount" button on launcher this is the error: umount: /home/frank/Virtual mount disagrees with the fstab ls -l /home/frank shown nothing out of place chown wise *network.service is used,
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Comment 9 Ferry Huberts 2012-08-08 00:41:29 EDT
please reopen on F17