smbmount //server/share mountpoint -o ...
I ran this command once, got my smbfs mount, fine.
Later, during search of shell history, I hit enter by mistake on this
command line again. I thought I would get 'mount point in use' or something
like I get on other Unixes.
But, to my amazement, it proceeded to mount the same resource on the same
Now, when I try to 'umount mountpoint', I get
umount: it seems that ... is mounted multiple times!
Well, of course it is, thats why I am trying to umount one of them, but how
can I tell the kernel which one!
1. What possible reason in the world could there be to allow the same
resource to be mounted twice on the same mountpoint?
2. How can I unmount one of them?
3. I tried logging out and logging back in, but both mounts came back! How
is this done? I didnt make any entries in /etc/fstab, this is plain user-
level mount, root not involved, so shouldnt the mounts go away when I