Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 9603
reboot hanging when smbfs partition mounted
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:12:42 EDT
When you have a smbfs partition mounted (this was mounted as root, from a
Win95 box with a password supplied), the reboot procedure hangs when
unmounting file systems, making a hardware reboot necesarry.
Hrmm... you do have the 'netfs' service on, correct?
Can't reproduce this here on a hybrid beta/6.1 system.
Still can't reproduce it on a 6.2 beta Alpha system.
Are you doing anything on the smb partition?
It happens when netfs isn't started - I didn't start it, as the fs is mounted
OK. A workaround (runs netfs stop automatically when needed)
should be in initscripts-5.04-1.