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Date:      Tue, 19 May 2015 20:21:55 +1000
From:      andrew clarke <mail@ozzmosis.com>
To:        Helmut Schneider <jumper99@gmx.de>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: 'mount_smbfs -o' on FreeBSD 10.1
Message-ID:  <20150519102155.GA88695@ozzmosis.com>
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On Mon 2015-05-18 18:53:52 UTC+0000, Helmut Schneider (jumper99@gmx.de) wrote:

> I upgraded from 9.3 to 10.1 yesterday. I used to use a script that
> mounts SMB shares and not fstab because 9.3 booted to single user mode
> when the SMB server was unavailable.
> 
> It seems that with 10.1 mount_smbfs does not support the "-o" switch
> anymore:

I think it does...
 
> [helmut@BSDHelmut ~]$ sudo mount_smbfs -o noexec,nosuid,noatime,ro -N
> -I 192.168.124.251 -W DOMAIN //unix-smb-dummy@fs01/install
> /var/www/var/www/smbfs/install
> mount_smbfs: mount error: /var/www/var/www/smbfs/install Invalid option
> [helmut@BSDHelmut ~]$ sudo mount_smbfs -N -I 192.168.124.251 -W DOMAIN
> //unix-smb-dummy@fs01/install /var/www/var/www/smbfs/install
> [helmut@BSDHelmut ~]$
> 
> How can I pass those options with 10.1?

I suspect it's the "noatime" option that it's objecting to, although
you wouldn't know from the error message. Try it without noatime.

Also, fwiw, you can use mount -t instead. This works for me on 10.1:

$ sudo mount -t smbfs -o -U=ozzmosis -o noexec,nosuid,ro //server/share /mnt



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