I have a Windows server which runs a VM with Ubuntu server, using bridged LAN. There is an USB 3.0 disk connected to the Windows server.
I have mounted this disk through samba share in my Ubuntu server.
Now I have following symptoms:
Accessing the Samba share through another Windows client makes explorer.exe freeze. Accessing the disk from the HOST Windows Server shows the same issues. The issue is with the seagate drive. This doesn't happen all the time, but every so often. Other server applications that make use of data on the seagate drive fail to work properly because of these symptoms.
//192.168.1.130/lacie /home/lacie cifs user=administrator,password=pass,uid=1000 0 0 //192.168.1.130/seagate /home/seagate cifs user=administrator,password=pass,uid=1000 0 0 //192.168.1.130/seagate/Transmission /mnt/Transmission cifs user=administrator,password=pass,uid=106,gid=113,dir_mode=0770 0 0
IS there any special parameter I might set? The 3rd mount is as you can see for my Transmission client running on the ubuntu server. One assumption I'm making is that the ubuntu VM is too agressive while accessing the networkmount? I have no clue to be honest..