Good for you!
I made a mistake, in point 4). to be sure that is "work", you need to have the
connection stalled. If you reconnect to early, the connection can be
Hence, probably that you did not wait enough. The connection did to not have
the time to real stall because you reconnected the cable.
Just redo the same, but do not reconnect the cable before you try to
Actually, when the connection is stalled, even with a tty terminal, a
ls command (of your home dir if the sshfs is in your homedir) must not be accomplished.
In my opinion the same thing happen under gnome, frozen the login.
Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdupre(a)gmx.com
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> Sent: Thursday, November 28, 2019 at 1:07 PM
> From: "Ed Greshko" <ed.greshko(a)greshko.com>
> To: users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Subject: Re: gnome frozen when ssfhs stall
> On 2019-11-28 19:27, Patrick Dupre wrote:
> > To reproduce the bug (fedora 30)
> > 1) Create a sshfs on a remote machine from your home directory (sshfs
> > 2) Lock the screen (I use gnome)
> > 3) Unplug the internet cable of your machine for example (the connection stalls
> > pretty often with a ADSL connection)
> > 4) Wait a minute and replug the cable
> > 5) Try to log back in your gnome session.
> > After I enter the password, the time wheel froze and nothing happen anymore
> > You can log on the machine through a stty, and kill the gnome-session to have a
new graphic session.
> > After that it may happen that you cannot make the same sshfs again without
restarting the machine.
> I do not have an F30 system available. So, I tried, and was unable to reproduce this
on F31. I have the
> An F31 system with GNOME running in a VM.
> I mounted via sshfs the home directory on a system located in the USA. I then locked
> I disconnected the link in the VM's GUI. After more than a minute I reconnected
> I then entered my pw to unlock the screen and it unlocked immediately. Additionally,
> mount was still functional.
> I was also able to unlock the screen with the NIC disconnected. Of course something
> hung until (I didn't leave it hung long) the NIC is reconnected.
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