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Filesystem Timeouts (a mini HOW-TO)
Authored by: bax on Jan 23, '03 06:42:29AM
An option to enable these settings on all mounted shares would be to rename /sbin/mount_smbfs to e.g. /sbin/mount_smbfs.bin and writing a script named /sbin/mount_smbfs with the following contents:
#!/bin/sh /sbin/mount_smbfs.bin -R2 -T5 $@
Don't forget "chmod +x /sbin/mount_smbfs".

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Filesystem Timeouts (a mini HOW-TO)
Authored by: xApple on Nov 12, '06 08:47:42AM

Very intresting !
I've been searching the net for some time now on how to change the default timeout time before disconencting... The Finder has a much too long one !
Was hoping it would just be a parameter to change in some obscure file with the proprety editor... but whatever solution it is...

So could you be a bit more precise on how to do such a thing ?

Thanks a lot ! Your help is greatly appreciacted

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