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"mount error(112): Host is down" on Ubuntu 17.10

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Hello,

I am a long time Samba user but new to this list. Now I need some help
on a CIFS mount issue I just encountered.

We have 4 Samba servers:
ServerA: Samba 3.0.28a
ServerB: Samba 3.6.25
ServerC: Samba 4.3.11
ServerD: Samba 4.3.11

I am using a BASH script to mount shares in user's home directory using
this line:
sudo mount.cifs //192.168.123.29/share/ ~/server/share -o
user=<user>,password=<password>,uid=<uid>,rw,mand,mapchars

Everything works fine with Ubuntu LTS v12.04, v14.04 and v16.04.

Now Ubuntu released v17.10 and it has many changes so I want to test it
out. Now I found my script no logger working on ServerA and ServerB. For
Server C and D it works fine.

So I manually execute the mount.cifs command in terminal and it give me
error:
$ sudo mount.cifs --verbose //192.168.123.29/staff/ ~/kappa/staff -o
user=gao,password=mypassword,uid=1012,rw,mand,mapchars
mount.cifs kernel mount options:
ip=192.168.123.29,unc=\\192.168.123.29\staff,mapchars,uid=1012,user=gao,pass=********
mount error(112): Host is down
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)

It seems lot people have this "Host down" error from the results of
googling. I tried to add "-o vers=2.0" but it still not working:
$ sudo mount.cifs --verbose //192.168.123.29/staff/ ~/kappa/staff -o
user=gao,password=mypassword,uid=1012,rw,mand,mapchars,vers=2.0
mount.cifs kernel mount options:
ip=192.168.123.29,unc=\\192.168.123.29\staff,mapchars,vers=2.0,uid=1012,user=gao,pass=********
mount error(112): Host is down
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)

Also tried "vers=3.0" and no luck. Please help me. Thanks in advances.

Gao

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Re: "mount error(112): Host is down" on Ubuntu 17.10

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Right after I send out the email to this list, I figured it out: use
"vers=1.0" as option.

I need to test it more tomorrow.

Cheers,

Gao



On 2017-10-31 04:26 PM, Gao via samba wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am a long time Samba user but new to this list. Now I need some help
> on a CIFS mount issue I just encountered.
>
> We have 4 Samba servers:
> ServerA: Samba 3.0.28a
> ServerB: Samba 3.6.25
> ServerC: Samba 4.3.11
> ServerD: Samba 4.3.11
>
> I am using a BASH script to mount shares in user's home directory
> using this line:
> sudo mount.cifs //192.168.123.29/share/ ~/server/share -o
> user=<user>,password=<password>,uid=<uid>,rw,mand,mapchars
>
> Everything works fine with Ubuntu LTS v12.04, v14.04 and v16.04.
>
> Now Ubuntu released v17.10 and it has many changes so I want to test
> it out. Now I found my script no logger working on ServerA and
> ServerB. For Server C and D it works fine.
>
> So I manually execute the mount.cifs command in terminal and it give
> me error:
> $ sudo mount.cifs --verbose //192.168.123.29/staff/ ~/kappa/staff -o
> user=gao,password=mypassword,uid=1012,rw,mand,mapchars
> mount.cifs kernel mount options:
> ip=192.168.123.29,unc=\\192.168.123.29\staff,mapchars,uid=1012,user=gao,pass=********
> mount error(112): Host is down
> Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
>
> It seems lot people have this "Host down" error from the results of
> googling. I tried to add "-o vers=2.0" but it still not working:
> $ sudo mount.cifs --verbose //192.168.123.29/staff/ ~/kappa/staff -o
> user=gao,password=mypassword,uid=1012,rw,mand,mapchars,vers=2.0
> mount.cifs kernel mount options:
> ip=192.168.123.29,unc=\\192.168.123.29\staff,mapchars,vers=2.0,uid=1012,user=gao,pass=********
> mount error(112): Host is down
> Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
>
> Also tried "vers=3.0" and no luck. Please help me. Thanks in advances.
>
> Gao
>


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