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CIFS client restart question

OS: HP-UX 11i v2

CIFS: client A.02.02.02

 

I have a cifsclientd that's been running since March 28, 2011.  The size used, as shown by 'ps -efl' has grown to 226516 4k pages.  I've been asked if it would be safe to 'cifsclient restart', to hopefully reduce the memory usage.  I've not been able to find a definitive answer in documentation.

 

Can I restart cifsclientd WITHOUT unmounting all the CIFS shares that are currently mounted, and WITHOUT forcing all the currently connected users to re-cifslogin?

 

I guess what I'm wondering is if the cifsclientd is only used to establish a login or mount, or is it required to maintain an existing one?

 

Thanks for any assistance.

 

Richard

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Michael Leu
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Re: CIFS client restart question

Just tried it with A.02.02.01 on 11.23:

 

# cifsclient restart
Unmounting CIFS filesystems...
UNIX: Device busy
umount: return error 1.
Error unmounting /mountpoint.
CIFS Client not shut down.
The CIFS Client is up; process id 2145, started Apr 28

Computer says no... ;-)

Re: CIFS client restart question

Thanks much, sir.

 

Must be nice to have systems you can do that kind of spur-of-the-moment testing on.