- Processes accessing a SMBv1.0 share never exit even though soft is a mount option instead they go into a sleep state and can be killed.
- Previously, the process would exit on its own within 120 seconds
- Processes accessing a SMBv2/3 share exit the first time, but subsequently never exit when accessed a second time. The process goes into a sleep state and can be killed.
- Previously, the process would exit within 10 seconds.
- Should the SMB client reconnect to the SMB server, the existing running process will go into "D" state and can not be killed.
- kernel-4.18.0-147.el8 and later
- soft mounted share
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