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    Default df -h shows duplicate entries of Samba mounts

    Hi.

    After using the partition tool (started through Yast), creating two new partitions, df -h shows duplicate entries of almost all my Samba mounts. /etc/fstab looks ok with two new entries for the new partitions and everything else untouched, including the Samba mounts. I do not seem to have any problems with the Samba mounts, I can navigate the file system as before, creating, editing and deleting files. I have restarted my system without the duplicates disappearing so a simple reboot won't fix it.

    Does anybody have an idea of how I can remove the duplicate entries when running df?

    Regards, Micke.

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    Default Re: df -h shows duplicate entries of Samba mounts

    Check for duplicate entries in /etc/fstab compared to /etc/samba/smbfstab

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    Default Re: df -h shows duplicate entries of Samba mounts

    /etc/samba/smbfstab didn't contain anything other than the following line which a believe is a configuration example:

    Code:
    ;//fjall/test    /data/test      cifs    username=tridge,password=foobar
    And /etc/fstab doesn't contain any duplicates either.

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