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    Default uevent from a mount command

    The following script to mount a disk on a W98 computer yielded the following message:

    hu360:/home/mcair/hbcoc # cat ../bin/hbcoc
    #!/bin/bash
    clear
    echo run as root
    mkdir /home/mcair/hbcoc
    mount -t cifs -o sec=lanman,servern=HBCO,user=yyyyyy,password=xxxxxxx //192.168.3.5/C /home/mcair/hbcoc
    cd /home/mcair/hbcoc
    echo HBCO Drive C Mount successful
    hu360:/home/mcair/hbcoc # cd ..


    hu360:/home/mcair/bin # . ./hbcoc

    run as root

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.600843] Oops: 0002 [#1] SMP

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.600850] last sysfs file: /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/cifs-1/uevent

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.601052] Process mount.cifs (pid: 8382, ti=f4c4c000 task=f7232f30 task.ti=f4c4c000)

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.601058] Stack:

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.601102] Call Trace:

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.601373] Code: d0 00 00 00 f6 82 34 01 00 00 02 89 04 24 89 d8 0f 95 c1 81 c2 5a 01 00 00 e8 2b d2 ff ff 66 83 4e 36 08 8b 44 24 5c 8b 54 24 48 <89> 10 8b 54 24 4c 89 50 04 8b 54 24 50 89 50 08 8b 54 24 54 89

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.601442] EIP: [<f90b0452>] CIFS_SessSetup+0x322/0xca0 [cifs] SS:ESP 0068:f4c4dd8c

    Message from syslogd@hu360 at Apr 21 21:02:46 ...
    kernel:[ 3142.601458] CR2: 00000000024e45dc
    HBCO Drive C Mount successful


    System: Dell 3000 Computer, 1GB memory, P4 CPU, Intel 845 chipset.
    Linux kernel 2.6.37.1-1.2-default

    Bill
    hbco2@sbcglobal.net

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    Default Re: uevent from a mount command

    This may be a red herring. An application called JOS was running in another terminal. I am not sure of the affect, but JNOS was terminated, the uevent disappeared. JNOS is an amateur radio bulletin board/subnet application that supports X25 and packet communications over radio.

    Bill

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    Default Re: uevent from a mount command

    Nice you think you have solved it.

    But please, next time you want us to read computer in/output, put it between CODE tags to make it as readable as it was on your terminal: Posting in Code Tags - A Guide. Thanks in advance.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: uevent from a mount command

    On 04/22/2011 04:06 AM, hcvv wrote:
    >
    > Nice you think you have solved it.
    >
    > But please, next time you want us to read computer in/output, put it
    > between CODE tags to make it as readable as it was on your terminal:
    > 'Posting in Code Tags - A Guide' (http://tinyurl.com/2wwx7l9). Thanks in
    > advance.


    In addition, when you get a kernel oops (which is what you saw), do not post the
    console output. Use the dmesg command to get the full dump and post it.

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