Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 39192
df -l shows SMB mounts.
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:33:04 EDT
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Description of problem:
df -l, according to the man page, is supposed to only show local mounts.
However, it currently shows filesystems mounted from Windows machines by
the smbmount command.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. smbmount a windows filesystem.
2. Run df -l
Actual Results: See above.
Expected Results: Everything but the SMB filesystems.
I haven't rebooted my machine after manually upgrading to 7.1. I'm still a
hand-compiled 2.2.16 kernel with the international encryption patch. I
doubt that makes much difference though.
What's worse: as of RedHat 7.3, fileutils-4.1-10, strace of df -l shows that it
stat64's all filesystems in the mtab and then attempts to print just the local
filesystems. This hangs if there's an NFS mount hang. df -l should only stat
local filesystems period. Bad algorithm!
fileutils 4.1.9-10 explicitly excludes smbfs partitions.