Some issues.

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Some issues.

stefbon
Hello,

I've got a question about how to find out what resource the mounted
share belongs to.

In userspace this is not hard.

Is there a way to know (or to find out/determine, really knowing only
humans do),
for a program using a filesystem what SMB server/share the filesystem
belonging to?

I've read somewhere that for every fs mounted the kernel has a unique
number, maye this
value is important?

So looking in a table number -> unc address.

In my construction at a higher level there are ways to do that. Every
resource (not only SMB)
is represented with a md5 value.

Futher what are the main issues you're working on? I see a lot of messages.
SMB2 and MultiSessionMount I know.


Stef Bon
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