Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 233411
GNOME umounts volumes while exited from GNOME by root
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:49:37 EST
Description of problem:
GNOME umount some Fixed disk partitions while logout from the GNOME session.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
0. Make sure hal daemon is running.
1. Login to GNOME (root user)
2. Mount Fixed scsi disk partition by mount command.
3. Logout from GNOME. (Click logout from menu)
4. Login again into the GNOME, and do "mount".
The Fixed scsi disk partition mounted on (2) umounted by someone.
The Fixed scsi disk partition should be keep be mounted
by the system even after root user logout from GNOME.
Reproduced with GNOME. But not reproduced with twm.
If I stop hal daemon, the symptom does not occur.
With network login (ssh) and mount, it work as expected.
It seemed similar bug is reported as Red Hat Bugzilla #192079,
but no progress so far.
If this is a bug, please fix it.
If this is expected behavior, it should be documented.
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