start job samba nmb daemon

start job samba nmb daemon

Postby ejvwaasdijk » 20 Apr 2017, 13:30

I made a NFS link to my main computer on this laptop via a line in fstab. This works fine. But now the boot process is very slow, because a start job is running for almost two minutes trying to start samba nmb daemon. This fails, because there is no Windows computer anywhere on the LAN. If I try to uninstall all samba related rpm's, about everything is uninstalled. Everything seems dependent of samba!! How do I prevent the boot process from trying to make a samba connection to a non-existing windows computer?

Greetings,

Erik Jan.
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Re: start job samba nmb daemon

Postby keleg » 21 Apr 2017, 06:13

systemctl disable nmb.service
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Re: start job samba nmb daemon

Postby ejvwaasdijk » 21 Apr 2017, 13:45

Thank you, Keleg, for your advice. I followed it and the starting job disappeared. Another one however went on. Via the log files I discovered that the mounting of the NFS share did not succeed. The time-out took 1 minute 55 seconds. So I changed the "auto" in fstab to "noauto". After this I was rid of the delay at boot. I wonder why the share could not mount. The share is easily clickable in Dolphin and starts at once. Is mounting at boot forbidden in policykit?

Thank you for your help.

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Re: start job samba nmb daemon

Postby keleg » 21 Apr 2017, 14:02

better way for mounting net shares - use pam_mount or systemd mount.
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