smb_request kernel messages

smb_request kernel messages

Post by Mirco Elli » Sat, 15 Mar 2003 12:00:11

Hi guys,

I have done a simple mapping from my linux server 2.4.X to a NT4 box "
smbmount //server/share /root/dir -o username=myuser,password=mypass". I
have included the command in rc.local  so that the share will be remapped
after every reboot. Everything is working fine, but I am receiving the
following error on /var/log/messages and it also appears on the screan:

smb_request:result_104,setting invalid
smb_retry:successful,new pid=1635, generation=21

This happens once every hour on the hour. Any ideas??

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