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Trying to mount a win2k3 iis6 webdav folder.
This is my fstab:
http://10.2.5.1/webdav /home/partimag davfs user,auto 0 0
Copied this from somewhere, not sure if its correct.
Bottom line is, I can do an ls or two and then it errors out input/output errors.
This is the output after I mount the location:
coda_read_super: device index: 0
coda_read_super: rootfid is (012334567.ffffffff.0806c178.00000000)
coda_read_super: rootinode is -438917785 dev coda
After I try to LS the directory more than two time I get:
coda: Venus dead, not sending upcall
ls: .: Input/output error
Am I mounting incorrectly??
The fstab-entry looks fine.
What version of davfs2 do you use?
Where did you get it from?
What system are you running it on?
Using it on a gparted live cd... From the clonezilla project.
WebDAV is on win2k3 IIS6
the error messages indicate that davfs2 crashed. So it is most pobably a bug in davfs2.
Since the release of version 1.1.2 there have been many bug-fixes. The best would be to try the latest release. In case there are still problems, this release has far better debugging support than 1.1.2.
Maybe there is a newer version of the live cd you use.
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I do not have any permission to do this for you, so you might check some support in sf.net, like:
I tried to backport davfs 1.3.3-2 from debian lenny, however, the requirement can not be met in Debian Etch. Therefore I have to give up in Clonezilla live testing or stable branch.
Maybe you can try Clonezilla live experimental:
It's based on Ubuntu 8.10, so it's using davfs2 1.3.3.
Bingo guys, that was it....
After using the Ununtu version with davfs 1.3.3, Worked Flawless.