Re: viewing/editing files at SMB locations
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> A process needs to run in memory in order to make this > happen, but I don't know why such a process would still > be attached to my mount command. Still haven't figured that > one out! It's not attached to your smbmnt process, it's attached to the /mnt/smbmnt directory ... your mount point. That's where the file exists, so that's where the file handler needs to connect to. > fam 1616 jason 28r DIR 0,8 4096 3 > /mnt/smbmnt/.Trash-jason This thus means that the process with ID 1616 is using the file /mnt/smbmnt..Trash-jason now you can #ps -elf |grep 1616 to get the specific details of the guilty party.
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