When I shutdown these days, I have a bunch of CIFS errors from network mounts, and during mounting, I get warnings.
This style of mounting in fstab used to be error free. I think I need to modify it for newer kernels/hardy. Could you tell me what the modern version of the following is?
//serverA/d$ /media/myMounts/serverA/d smbfs credentials=/home/jamie/.smbcredentials.myDomainA,workgroup=myDomainA,uid= jamie 0 0
The errors look like:
mount error 127 = Key has expired
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g.man mount.cifs)