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[Bug 528314] Re: Nautilus hangs after smb share is unavailable


When the smb connection has died, gvfsd-smb doesn't appear to die along
with it, nor restablish a connection.  This results in 20 second hangs
when selecting that share in nautilus, or when doing most operations in
the root of a gvfs-fuse mount.

** Changed in: gvfs (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

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  Nautilus hangs after smb share is unavailable

Status in gvfs package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Binary package hint: nautilus

  After opening and closing a smb share with nautilus, the gvfsd-smb mount isn't unmounted automatically.
  As soon as the network share is unavailable thereafter, the whole gnome desktop freezes for about 30'  from time to time.
  Until the user logs out or the gfs-mount is unmounted manually (which in case can't be done until the freeze period is over).

  It would be nice if the gvfs-unmount would happen automatically after
  some timeout witout traffic and/or when all network interfaces
  (LAN/WLAN) are down.

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