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    SubjectRe: 2.6.31-rc8: CIFS with 5 seconds hiccups
    On Thu, 10 Sep 2009, Jeff Layton wrote:

    > In any case, I think we need to look closely at what's happening at
    > mount time. First, I'll need some other info:
    >
    > 1) output of "/sbin/mount.cifs -V" from both machines

    The 32 bit machine

    #/sbin/mount.cifs -V
    mount.cifs version: 1.5

    mount -t cifs //chiprodfs2/company /mnt -ouser=clameter,domain=xxx

    64 bit machine

    $ /sbin/mount.cifs -V
    mount.cifs version: 1.12-3.4.0

    mount -t cifs //chiprodfs2/company /mnt -ouser=clameter,domain=w2k

    > 3) wire captures from mount attempts on both machines. Try to mount the
    > "clameter" dir on both boxes and do captures of each attempt. Maybe
    > this time use -s 0 with tcpdump so we get all of the traffic.

    I cannot mount the clameter dir on the 32 bit box. Hangs. So I will mount
    /company.

    > There may be crackable password hashes in the captures, so you may want
    > to send them to me privately and not cc the list.

    Ok will follow.



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