After FreeNAS upgrade to 9.10.2-U2 I lost all Windows shares mounted under FreeBSD (10.3-REL at the time). I’m using following configuration which seem to be working just fine as far as FreeNAS 9.10.2-U1
//ROOT@NAS/DISK1 /mnt/DISK1 smbfs rw,-N 0 0 //ROOT@NAS/DISK2 /mnt/DISK2 smbfs rw,-N 0 0 //ROOT@NAS/DISK3 /mnt/DISK3 smbfs rw,-N 0 0 //ROOT@NAS/DISK4 /mnt/DISK4 smbfs rw,-N 0 0
[NAS] addr=192.168.1.16 nbns=192.168.1.64 workgroup=WORKGROUP [NAS:ROOT] password=**********
After FreeNAS upgrade to 9.10.2-U2 I have noticed that mounted shares are no longer accessible and upon mounting them again I was receiving:
mount_smbfs: unable to open connection: syserr = Authentication error
I’m running daily backup over to one of these shares and the last time it was successful correlated with the time of the FreeNAS upgrade. This lead me to try to roll back to 9.10.2-U1 which seem fixed that issue.
So just be aware of it.