In general if critical filesystems quit responding then everything
using them will hang.
Is critical files on the filesystem that gnome would need? if it is
the home dir then it is critical.
An old trick with nfs was do not ever mount it directly on /, as the
pwd command works by checking all files in a dir until it finds .. and
then goes up and repeats the process, when it hits a mount in / that
is hung it stops. So anything that happens to do a pwd will hang when
a mount in / is hung. If you put it in say /machinename/mountname
then /machinename never hangs and pwd continues to work, so long as
nothing under /machinename is critical to gnome. Lots of commands do
pwd for various things.
On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 3:01 AM Patrick Dupre <pdupre(a)gmx.com> wrote:
> I already complained about the following issue, and I submitted the bug to bugzilla
> without feedback.
> If I have an open gnome session which turns to sleep because of a lack of
> activity. Then, if a sshfs connection stalls, there is no way to relogin
> through the gnome-session.
> The only option that I have is to kill -9 -1 through a terminal tty
> the gnome session, but I lost all the session.
> Other options?
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