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Subject[RFC PATCH v2 3/5] smbfs: update doc references
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Update documentation that referenced "cifs" (the module) to use "SMBFS"
or "smbfs".

Update reference to the module's directory from "fs/cifs" to "fs/smb".

Keep "/proc/fs/cifs" references as they are for now.

Signed-off-by: Enzo Matsumiya <ematsumiya@suse.de>
---
Documentation/admin-guide/index.rst | 2 +-
.../admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/authors.rst | 0
.../admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/changes.rst | 4 +-
.../admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/index.rst | 0
.../{cifs => smbfs}/introduction.rst | 0
.../admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/todo.rst | 8 +-
.../admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/usage.rst | 154 +++++++++---------
.../{cifs => smbfs}/winucase_convert.pl | 0
Documentation/filesystems/index.rst | 2 +-
.../filesystems/{cifs => smbfs}/cifsroot.rst | 14 +-
.../filesystems/{cifs => smbfs}/index.rst | 0
.../filesystems/{cifs => smbfs}/ksmbd.rst | 2 +-
Documentation/networking/dns_resolver.rst | 2 +-
.../translations/zh_CN/admin-guide/index.rst | 2 +-
.../translations/zh_TW/admin-guide/index.rst | 2 +-
15 files changed, 95 insertions(+), 97 deletions(-)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/authors.rst (100%)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/changes.rst (74%)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/index.rst (100%)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/introduction.rst (100%)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/todo.rst (96%)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/usage.rst (88%)
rename Documentation/admin-guide/{cifs => smbfs}/winucase_convert.pl (100%)
rename Documentation/filesystems/{cifs => smbfs}/cifsroot.rst (86%)
rename Documentation/filesystems/{cifs => smbfs}/index.rst (100%)
rename Documentation/filesystems/{cifs => smbfs}/ksmbd.rst (99%)

diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/index.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/index.rst
index 5bfafcbb9562..c9cbc5d48f40 100644
--- a/Documentation/admin-guide/index.rst
+++ b/Documentation/admin-guide/index.rst
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ configure specific aspects of kernel behavior to your liking.
btmrvl
cgroup-v1/index
cgroup-v2
- cifs/index
+ smbfs/index
clearing-warn-once
cpu-load
cputopology
diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/authors.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/authors.rst
similarity index 100%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/authors.rst
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/authors.rst
diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/changes.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/changes.rst
similarity index 74%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/changes.rst
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/changes.rst
index 3147bbae9c43..425d32fe41b1 100644
--- a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/changes.rst
+++ b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/changes.rst
@@ -4,6 +4,6 @@ Changes

See https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/LinuxCIFSKernel for summary
information about fixes/improvements to CIFS/SMB2/SMB3 support (changes
-to cifs.ko module) by kernel version (and cifs internal module version).
-This may be easier to read than parsing the output of "git log fs/cifs"
+to smbfs.ko module) by kernel version (and smbfs internal module version).
+This may be easier to read than parsing the output of "git log fs/smb"
by release.
diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/index.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/index.rst
similarity index 100%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/index.rst
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/index.rst
diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/introduction.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/introduction.rst
similarity index 100%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/introduction.rst
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/introduction.rst
diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/todo.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/todo.rst
similarity index 96%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/todo.rst
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/todo.rst
index 2646ed2e2d3e..d451a70d7e83 100644
--- a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/todo.rst
+++ b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/todo.rst
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ f) Finish inotify support so kde and gnome file list windows
vfs change to support removing D_NOTIFY on a file.

g) Add GUI tool to configure /proc/fs/cifs settings and for display of
- the CIFS statistics (started)
+ the SMBFS statistics (started)

h) implement support for security and trusted categories of xattrs
(requires minor protocol extension) to enable better support for SELINUX
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ j) Create UID mapping facility so server UIDs can be mapped on a per
exists. Also better integration with winbind for resolving SID owners

k) Add tools to take advantage of more smb3 specific ioctls and features
- (passthrough ioctl/fsctl is now implemented in cifs.ko to allow
+ (passthrough ioctl/fsctl is now implemented in smbfs.ko to allow
sending various SMB3 fsctls and query info and set info calls
directly from user space) Add tools to make setting various non-POSIX
metadata attributes easier from tools (e.g. extending what was done
@@ -81,14 +81,14 @@ q) Allow mount.cifs to be more verbose in reporting errors with dialect
or unsupported feature errors. This would now be easier due to the
implementation of the new mount API.

-r) updating cifs documentation, and user guide.
+r) updating smbfs documentation, and user guide.

s) Addressing bugs found by running a broader set of xfstests in standard
file system xfstest suite.

t) split cifs and smb3 support into separate modules so legacy (and less
secure) CIFS dialect can be disabled in environments that don't need it
- and simplify the code.
+ and simplify the code. (work in progress)

v) Additional testing of POSIX Extensions for SMB3.1.1

diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/usage.rst b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/usage.rst
similarity index 88%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/usage.rst
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/usage.rst
index 3766bf8a1c20..01565a716cf7 100644
--- a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/usage.rst
+++ b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/usage.rst
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Usage
This module supports the SMB3 family of advanced network protocols (as well
as older dialects, originally called "CIFS" or SMB1).

-The CIFS VFS module for Linux supports many advanced network filesystem
+The SMBFS VFS module for Linux supports many advanced network filesystem
features such as hierarchical DFS like namespace, hardlinks, locking and more.
It was designed to comply with the SNIA CIFS Technical Reference (which
supersedes the 1992 X/Open SMB Standard) as well as to perform best practice
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ For Linux:
and change directory into the top of the kernel directory tree
(e.g. /usr/src/linux-2.5.73)
2) make menuconfig (or make xconfig)
-3) select cifs from within the network filesystem choices
+3) select SMBFS from within the network filesystem choices (CONFIG_SMBFS)
4) save and exit
5) make

@@ -43,11 +43,11 @@ For Linux:
Installation instructions
=========================

-If you have built the CIFS vfs as module (successfully) simply
+If you have built the SMBFS client as module (successfully) simply
type ``make modules_install`` (or if you prefer, manually copy the file to
-the modules directory e.g. /lib/modules/2.4.10-4GB/kernel/fs/cifs/cifs.ko).
+the modules directory e.g. /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/fs/smb/smbfs.ko).

-If you have built the CIFS vfs into the kernel itself, follow the instructions
+If you have built the SMBFS client into the kernel itself, follow the instructions
for your distribution on how to install a new kernel (usually you
would simply type ``make install``).

@@ -62,14 +62,14 @@ Linux clients is useful in mapping Uids and Gids consistently across the
domain to the proper network user. The mount.cifs mount helper can be
found at cifs-utils.git on git.samba.org

-If cifs is built as a module, then the size and number of network buffers
+If smbfs is built as a module, then the size and number of network buffers
and maximum number of simultaneous requests to one server can be configured.
Changing these from their defaults is not recommended. By executing modinfo::

- modinfo kernel/fs/cifs/cifs.ko
+ modinfo kernel/fs/smb/smbfs.ko

-on kernel/fs/cifs/cifs.ko the list of configuration changes that can be made
-at module initialization time (by running insmod cifs.ko) can be seen.
+on kernel/fs/smb/smbfs.ko the list of configuration changes that can be made
+at module initialization time (by running insmod smbfs.ko) can be seen.

Recommendations
===============
@@ -85,11 +85,11 @@ improved POSIX behavior (NB: can use vers=3.0 to force only SMB3, never 2.1):

``mfsymlinks`` and either ``cifsacl`` or ``modefromsid`` (usually with ``idsfromsid``)

-Allowing User Mounts
+Allowing user mounts
====================

To permit users to mount and unmount over directories they own is possible
-with the cifs vfs. A way to enable such mounting is to mark the mount.cifs
+with SMBFS. A way to enable such mounting is to mark the mount.cifs
utility as suid (e.g. ``chmod +s /sbin/mount.cifs``). To enable users to
umount shares they mount requires

@@ -112,19 +112,19 @@ mount.cifs with the following flag: CIFS_ALLOW_USR_SUID
There is a corresponding manual page for cifs mounting in the Samba 3.0 and
later source tree in docs/manpages/mount.cifs.8

-Allowing User Unmounts
+Allowing user unmounts
======================

To permit users to unmount directories that they have user mounted (see above),
the utility umount.cifs may be used. It may be invoked directly, or if
umount.cifs is placed in /sbin, umount can invoke the cifs umount helper
-(at least for most versions of the umount utility) for umount of cifs
+(at least for most versions of the umount utility) for umount of SMBFS
mounts, unless umount is invoked with -i (which will avoid invoking a umount
helper). As with mount.cifs, to enable user unmounts umount.cifs must be marked
as suid (e.g. ``chmod +s /sbin/umount.cifs``) or equivalent (some distributions
allow adding entries to a file to the /etc/permissions file to achieve the
equivalent suid effect). For this utility to succeed the target path
-must be a cifs mount, and the uid of the current user must match the uid
+must be a SMBFS mount, and the uid of the current user must match the uid
of the user who mounted the resource.

Also note that the customary way of allowing user mounts and unmounts is
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ to the file /etc/fstab for each //server/share you wish to mount, but
this can become unwieldy when potential mount targets include many
or unpredictable UNC names.

-Samba Considerations
+Samba considerations
====================

Most current servers support SMB2.1 and SMB3 which are more secure,
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ but there are useful protocol extensions for the older less secure CIFS
dialect, so to get the maximum benefit if mounting using the older dialect
(CIFS/SMB1), we recommend using a server that supports the SNIA CIFS
Unix Extensions standard (e.g. almost any version of Samba ie version
-2.2.5 or later) but the CIFS vfs works fine with a wide variety of CIFS servers.
+2.2.5 or later) but SMBFS works fine with a wide variety of CIFS servers.
Note that uid, gid and file permissions will display default values if you do
not have a server that supports the Unix extensions for CIFS (such as Samba
2.2.5 or later). To enable the Unix CIFS Extensions in the Samba server, add
@@ -158,16 +158,16 @@ Linux::
ea support = yes

Note that server ea support is required for supporting xattrs from the Linux
-cifs client, and that EA support is present in later versions of Samba (e.g.
+SMBFS client, and that EA support is present in later versions of Samba (e.g.
3.0.6 and later (also EA support works in all versions of Windows, at least to
shares on NTFS filesystems). Extended Attribute (xattr) support is an optional
feature of most Linux filesystems which may require enabling via
make menuconfig. Client support for extended attributes (user xattr) can be
disabled on a per-mount basis by specifying ``nouser_xattr`` on mount.

-The CIFS client can get and set POSIX ACLs (getfacl, setfacl) to Samba servers
+The SMBFS client can get and set POSIX ACLs (getfacl, setfacl) to Samba servers
version 3.10 and later. Setting POSIX ACLs requires enabling both XATTR and
-then POSIX support in the CIFS configuration options when building the cifs
+then POSIX support in the SMBFS configuration options when building the smbfs
module. POSIX ACL support can be disabled on a per mount basic by specifying
``noacl`` on mount.

@@ -179,10 +179,10 @@ enabled on the server and client, subsequent setattr calls (e.g. chmod) can
fix the mode. Note that creating special devices (mknod) remotely
may require specifying a mkdev function to Samba if you are not using
Samba 3.0.6 or later. For more information on these see the manual pages
-(``man smb.conf``) on the Samba server system. Note that the cifs vfs,
-unlike the smbfs vfs, does not read the smb.conf on the client system
+(``man smb.conf``) on the Samba server system. Note that the SMBFS module,
+unlike the Samba userspace client, does not read the smb.conf on the client system
(the few optional settings are passed in on mount via -o parameters instead).
-Note that Samba 2.2.7 or later includes a fix that allows the CIFS VFS to delete
+Note that Samba 2.2.7 or later includes a fix that allows the SMBFS client to delete
open files (required for strict POSIX compliance). Windows Servers already
supported this feature. Samba server does not allow symlinks that refer to files
outside of the share, so in Samba versions prior to 3.0.6, most symlinks to
@@ -195,33 +195,33 @@ such symlinks safely by converting unsafe symlinks (ie symlinks to server
files that are outside of the share) to a samba specific format on the server
that is ignored by local server applications and non-cifs clients and that will
not be traversed by the Samba server). This is opaque to the Linux client
-application using the cifs vfs. Absolute symlinks will work to Samba 3.0.5 or
+application using the SMBFS module. Absolute symlinks will work to Samba 3.0.5 or
later, but only for remote clients using the CIFS Unix extensions, and will
be invisible to Windows clients and typically will not affect local
applications running on the same server as Samba.

-Use instructions
+Usage instructions
================

-Once the CIFS VFS support is built into the kernel or installed as a module
-(cifs.ko), you can use mount syntax like the following to access Samba or
+Once SMBFS support is built into the kernel or installed as a module
+(smbfs.ko), you can use mount syntax like the following to access Samba or
Mac or Windows servers::

mount -t cifs //9.53.216.11/e$ /mnt -o username=myname,password=mypassword

Before -o the option -v may be specified to make the mount.cifs
mount helper display the mount steps more verbosely.
-After -o the following commonly used cifs vfs specific options
+After -o the following commonly used SMBFS specific options
are supported::

username=<username>
password=<password>
domain=<domain name>

-Other cifs mount options are described below. Use of TCP names (in addition to
+Other smbfs mount options are described below. Use of TCP names (in addition to
ip addresses) is available if the mount helper (mount.cifs) is installed. If
you do not trust the server to which are mounted, or if you do not have
-cifs signing enabled (and the physical network is insecure), consider use
+signing enabled (and the physical network is insecure), consider use
of the standard mount options ``noexec`` and ``nosuid`` to reduce the risk of
running an altered binary on your local system (downloaded from a hostile server
or altered by a hostile router).
@@ -271,13 +271,13 @@ illegal Windows/NTFS/SMB characters to a remap range (this mount parameter
is the default for SMB3). This remap (``mapposix``) range is also
compatible with Mac (and "Services for Mac" on some older Windows).

-CIFS VFS Mount Options
+SMBFS mount options
======================
A partial list of the supported mount options follows:

username
The user name to use when trying to establish
- the CIFS session.
+ the SMB session.
password
The user password. If the mount helper is
installed, the user will be prompted for password
@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
mount.
domain
Set the SMB/CIFS workgroup name prepended to the
- username during CIFS session establishment
+ username during session establishment
forceuid
Set the default uid for inodes to the uid
passed in on mount. For mounts to servers
@@ -327,7 +327,7 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
(similar to above but for the group owner, gid, instead of uid)
uid
Set the default uid for inodes, and indicate to the
- cifs kernel driver which local user mounted. If the server
+ smbfs module which local user mounted. If the server
supports the unix extensions the default uid is
not used to fill in the owner fields of inodes (files)
unless the ``forceuid`` parameter is specified.
@@ -346,7 +346,7 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
caching is not suitable for all workloads for e.g. read-once
type workloads. So, you need to consider carefully your
workload/scenario before using this option. Currently, local
- disk caching is functional for CIFS files opened as read-only.
+ disk caching is functional for SMBFS files opened as read-only.
dir_mode
If CIFS Unix extensions are not supported by the server
this overrides the default mode for directory inodes.
@@ -366,21 +366,21 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
can not use rsize larger than CIFSMaxBufSize. CIFSMaxBufSize
defaults to 16K and may be changed (from 8K to the maximum
kmalloc size allowed by your kernel) at module install time
- for cifs.ko. Setting CIFSMaxBufSize to a very large value
- will cause cifs to use more memory and may reduce performance
+ for smbfs.ko. Setting CIFSMaxBufSize to a very large value
+ will cause smbfs to use more memory and may reduce performance
in some cases. To use rsize greater than 127K (the original
- cifs protocol maximum) also requires that the server support
+ protocol maximum) also requires that the server support
a new Unix Capability flag (for very large read) which some
newer servers (e.g. Samba 3.0.26 or later) do. rsize can be
set from a minimum of 2048 to a maximum of 130048 (127K or
CIFSMaxBufSize, whichever is smaller)
wsize
default write size (default 57344)
- maximum wsize currently allowed by CIFS is 57344 (fourteen
+ maximum wsize currently allowed by SMBFS is 57344 (fourteen
4096 byte pages)
actimeo=n
attribute cache timeout in seconds (default 1 second).
- After this timeout, the cifs client requests fresh attribute
+ After this timeout, the smbfs client requests fresh attribute
information from the server. This option allows to tune the
attribute cache timeout to suit the workload needs. Shorter
timeouts mean better the cache coherency, but increased number
@@ -409,8 +409,7 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:

this might be useful when comma is contained within username
or password or domain. This option is less important
- when the cifs mount helper cifs.mount (version 1.1 or later)
- is used.
+ when the mount helper cifs.mount (version 1.1 or later) is used.
nosuid
Do not allow remote executables with the suid bit
program to be executed. This is only meaningful for mounts
@@ -431,11 +430,10 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
be executed (default for mounts when executed as root,
nosuid is default for user mounts).
credentials
- Although ignored by the cifs kernel component, it is used by
- the mount helper, mount.cifs. When mount.cifs is installed it
- opens and reads the credential file specified in order
- to obtain the userid and password arguments which are passed to
- the cifs vfs.
+ Although ignored by the SMBFS module, it is used by the mount
+ helper mount.cifs. When mount.cifs is installed it opens and
+ reads the credential file specified in order to obtain the
+ userid and password arguments which are passed to the SMBFS module.
guest
Although ignored by the kernel component, the mount.cifs
mount helper will not prompt the user for a password
@@ -472,8 +470,8 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
shared higher level directory). Note that some older
(e.g. pre-Windows 2000) do not support returning UniqueIDs
or the CIFS Unix Extensions equivalent and for those
- this mount option will have no effect. Exporting cifs mounts
- under nfsd requires this mount option on the cifs mount.
+ this mount option will have no effect. Exporting SMBFS mounts
+ under nfsd requires this mount option.
This is now the default if server supports the
required network operation.
noserverino
@@ -546,7 +544,7 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
*?<>|:

to the remap range (above 0xF000), which also
- allows the CIFS client to recognize files created with
+ allows the SMBFS client to recognize files created with
such characters by Windows's POSIX emulation. This can
also be useful when mounting to most versions of Samba
(which also forbids creating and opening files
@@ -588,22 +586,22 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
(presumably rare) applications, originally coded for
DOS/Windows, which require Windows style mandatory byte range
locking, they may be able to take advantage of this option,
- forcing the cifs client to only send mandatory locks
- even if the cifs server would support posix advisory locks.
+ forcing the SMBFS client to only send mandatory locks
+ even if the SMB server would support posix advisory locks.
``forcemand`` is accepted as a shorter form of this mount
option.
nostrictsync
If this mount option is set, when an application does an
- fsync call then the cifs client does not send an SMB Flush
+ fsync call then the SMBFS client does not send an SMB Flush
to the server (to force the server to write all dirty data
- for this file immediately to disk), although cifs still sends
+ for this file immediately to disk), although SMBFS still sends
all dirty (cached) file data to the server and waits for the
server to respond to the write. Since SMB Flush can be
very slow, and some servers may be reliable enough (to risk
delaying slightly flushing the data to disk on the server),
turning on this option may be useful to improve performance for
applications that fsync too much, at a small risk of server
- crash. If this mount option is not set, by default cifs will
+ crash. If this mount option is not set, by default SMBFS will
send an SMB flush request (and wait for a response) on every
fsync call.
nodfs
@@ -651,15 +649,15 @@ A partial list of the supported mount options follows:
locallease
This option is rarely needed. Fcntl F_SETLEASE is
used by some applications such as Samba and NFSv4 server to
- check to see whether a file is cacheable. CIFS has no way
+ check to see whether a file is cacheable. SMBFS has no way
to explicitly request a lease, but can check whether a file
is cacheable (oplocked). Unfortunately, even if a file
- is not oplocked, it could still be cacheable (ie cifs client
+ is not oplocked, it could still be cacheable (ie SMBFS client
could grant fcntl leases if no other local processes are using
the file) for cases for example such as when the server does not
support oplocks and the user is sure that the only updates to
the file will be from this client. Specifying this mount option
- will allow the cifs client to check for leases (only) locally
+ will allow the SMBFS client to check for leases (only) locally
for files which are not oplocked instead of denying leases
in that case. (EXPERIMENTAL)
sec
@@ -700,17 +698,17 @@ including:
-? display simple usage information
=============== ===============================================================

-With most 2.6 kernel versions of modutils, the version of the cifs kernel
+With most kernel versions of modutils, the version of the SMBFS kernel
module can be displayed via modinfo.

-Misc /proc/fs/cifs Flags and Debug Info
+Misc /proc/fs/cifs Flags and debug info
=======================================

Informational pseudo-files:

======================= =======================================================
-DebugData Displays information about active CIFS sessions and
- shares, features enabled as well as the cifs.ko
+DebugData Displays information about active SMBFS sessions and
+ shares, features enabled as well as the smbfs.ko
version.
Stats Lists summary resource usage information as well as per
share statistics.
@@ -737,7 +735,7 @@ SecurityFlags Flags which control security negotiation and
options to be enabled. Enabling plaintext
authentication currently requires also enabling
lanman authentication in the security flags
- because the cifs module only supports sending
+ because the smbfs module only supports sending
laintext passwords using the older lanman dialect
form of the session setup SMB. (e.g. for authentication
using plain text passwords, set the SecurityFlags
@@ -762,20 +760,20 @@ cifsFYI If set to non-zero value, additional debug information
contains three flags controlling different classes of
debugging entries. The maximum value it can be set
to is 7 which enables all debugging points (default 0).
- Some debugging statements are not compiled into the
- cifs kernel unless CONFIG_CIFS_DEBUG2 is enabled in the
+ Some debugging statements are not compiled into SMBFS
+ module, unless CONFIG_SMBFS_DEBUG2 is enabled in the
kernel configuration. cifsFYI may be set to one or
nore of the following flags (7 sets them all)::

+-----------------------------------------------+------+
- | log cifs informational messages | 0x01 |
+ | log smbfs informational messages | 0x01 |
+-----------------------------------------------+------+
- | log return codes from cifs entry points | 0x02 |
+ | log return codes from smbfs entry points | 0x02 |
+-----------------------------------------------+------+
| log slow responses | 0x04 |
| (ie which take longer than 1 second) | |
| | |
- | CONFIG_CIFS_STATS2 must be enabled in .config | |
+ | CONFIG_SMBFS_STATS2 must be enabled in .config| |
+-----------------------------------------------+------+

traceSMB If set to one, debug information is logged to the
@@ -785,8 +783,8 @@ LookupCacheEnable If set to one, inode information is kept cached
for one second improving performance of lookups
(default 1)
LinuxExtensionsEnabled If set to one then the client will attempt to
- use the CIFS "UNIX" extensions which are optional
- protocol enhancements that allow CIFS servers
+ use the CIFS Unix extensions which are optional
+ protocol enhancements that allow SMB servers
to return accurate UID/GID information as well
as support symbolic links. If you use servers
such as Samba that support the CIFS Unix
@@ -799,9 +797,9 @@ dfscache List the content of the DFS cache.
======================= =======================================================

These experimental features and tracing can be enabled by changing flags in
-/proc/fs/cifs (after the cifs module has been installed or built into the
-kernel, e.g. insmod cifs). To enable a feature set it to 1 e.g. to enable
-tracing to the kernel message log type::
+/proc/fs/cifs (after the smbfs module has been installed or built into the
+kernel). To enable a feature set it to 1 e.g. To enable tracing to the
+kernel message log type::

echo 7 > /proc/fs/cifs/cifsFYI

@@ -809,14 +807,14 @@ cifsFYI functions as a bit mask. Setting it to 1 enables additional kernel
logging of various informational messages. 2 enables logging of non-zero
SMB return codes while 4 enables logging of requests that take longer
than one second to complete (except for byte range lock requests).
-Setting it to 4 requires CONFIG_CIFS_STATS2 to be set in kernel configuration
+Setting it to 4 requires CONFIG_SMBFS_STATS2 to be set in kernel configuration
(.config). Setting it to seven enables all three. Finally, tracing
the start of smb requests and responses can be enabled via::

echo 1 > /proc/fs/cifs/traceSMB

Per share (per client mount) statistics are available in /proc/fs/cifs/Stats.
-Additional information is available if CONFIG_CIFS_STATS2 is enabled in the
+Additional information is available if CONFIG_SMBFS_STATS2 is enabled in the
kernel configuration (.config). The statistics returned include counters which
represent the number of attempted and failed (ie non-zero return code from the
server) SMB3 (or cifs) requests grouped by request type (read, write, close etc.).
@@ -846,23 +844,23 @@ be configured in the file /etc/request-key.conf. Samba, Windows servers and
many NAS appliances support DFS as a way of constructing a global name
space to ease network configuration and improve reliability.

-To use cifs Kerberos and DFS support, the Linux keyutils package should be
+To use SMBFS Kerberos and DFS support, the Linux keyutils package should be
installed and something like the following lines should be added to the
/etc/request-key.conf file::

create cifs.spnego * * /usr/local/sbin/cifs.upcall %k
create dns_resolver * * /usr/local/sbin/cifs.upcall %k

-CIFS kernel module parameters
+SMBFS kernel module parameters
=============================
These module parameters can be specified or modified either during the time of
module loading or during the runtime by using the interface::

- /proc/module/cifs/parameters/<param>
+ /proc/module/smbfs/parameters/<param>

i.e.::

- echo "value" > /sys/module/cifs/parameters/<param>
+ echo "value" > /sys/module/smbfs/parameters/<param>

================= ==========================================================
1. enable_oplocks Enable or disable oplocks. Oplocks are enabled by default.
diff --git a/Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/winucase_convert.pl b/Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/winucase_convert.pl
similarity index 100%
rename from Documentation/admin-guide/cifs/winucase_convert.pl
rename to Documentation/admin-guide/smbfs/winucase_convert.pl
diff --git a/Documentation/filesystems/index.rst b/Documentation/filesystems/index.rst
index bee63d42e5ec..751d8b17d289 100644
--- a/Documentation/filesystems/index.rst
+++ b/Documentation/filesystems/index.rst
@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ Documentation for filesystem implementations.
befs
bfs
btrfs
- cifs/index
+ smbfs/index
ceph
coda
configfs
diff --git a/Documentation/filesystems/cifs/cifsroot.rst b/Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/cifsroot.rst
similarity index 86%
rename from Documentation/filesystems/cifs/cifsroot.rst
rename to Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/cifsroot.rst
index 4930bb443134..8dc3cf54ebf4 100644
--- a/Documentation/filesystems/cifs/cifsroot.rst
+++ b/Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/cifsroot.rst
@@ -1,15 +1,15 @@
.. SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0

===========================================
-Mounting root file system via SMB (cifs.ko)
+Mounting root file system via SMB (smbfs.ko)
===========================================

Written 2019 by Paulo Alcantara <palcantara@suse.de>

Written 2019 by Aurelien Aptel <aaptel@suse.com>

-The CONFIG_CIFS_ROOT option enables experimental root file system
-support over the SMB protocol via cifs.ko.
+The CONFIG_SMBFS_ROOT option enables experimental root file system
+support over the SMB protocol via smbfs.ko.

It introduces a new kernel command-line option called 'cifsroot='
which will tell the kernel to mount the root file system over the
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ In order to mount, the network stack will also need to be set up by
using 'ip=' config option. For more details, see
Documentation/admin-guide/nfs/nfsroot.rst.

-A CIFS root mount currently requires the use of SMB1+UNIX Extensions
+A SMBFS root mount currently requires the use of SMB1+UNIX Extensions
which is only supported by the Samba server. SMB1 is the older
deprecated version of the protocol but it has been extended to support
POSIX features (See [1]). The equivalent extensions for the newer
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ recommended version of the protocol (SMB3) have not been fully
implemented yet which means SMB3 doesn't support some required POSIX
file system objects (e.g. block devices, pipes, sockets).

-As a result, a CIFS root will default to SMB1 for now but the version
+As a result, a SMBFS root will default to SMB1 for now but the version
to use can nonetheless be changed via the 'vers=' mount option. This
default will change once the SMB3 POSIX extensions are fully
implemented.
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ the root file system via SMB protocol.
Enables the kernel to mount the root file system via SMB that are
located in the <server-ip> and <share> specified in this option.

-The default mount options are set in fs/cifs/cifsroot.c.
+The default mount options are set in fs/smb/cifsroot.c.

server-ip
IPv4 address of the server.
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ Restart smb service::

# systemctl restart smb

-Test it under QEMU on a kernel built with CONFIG_CIFS_ROOT and
+Test it under QEMU on a kernel built with CONFIG_SMBFS_ROOT and
CONFIG_IP_PNP options enabled::

# qemu-system-x86_64 -enable-kvm -cpu host -m 1024 \
diff --git a/Documentation/filesystems/cifs/index.rst b/Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/index.rst
similarity index 100%
rename from Documentation/filesystems/cifs/index.rst
rename to Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/index.rst
diff --git a/Documentation/filesystems/cifs/ksmbd.rst b/Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/ksmbd.rst
similarity index 99%
rename from Documentation/filesystems/cifs/ksmbd.rst
rename to Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/ksmbd.rst
index 1af600db2e70..061471a3a4b2 100644
--- a/Documentation/filesystems/cifs/ksmbd.rst
+++ b/Documentation/filesystems/smbfs/ksmbd.rst
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ How to run
5. Start ksmbd user space daemon
# ksmbd.mountd

-6. Access share from Windows or Linux using CIFS
+6. Access share from Windows or Linux using SMBFS

Shutdown KSMBD
==============
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/dns_resolver.rst b/Documentation/networking/dns_resolver.rst
index add4d59a99a5..9e51a74246e7 100644
--- a/Documentation/networking/dns_resolver.rst
+++ b/Documentation/networking/dns_resolver.rst
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ It does not yet support the following AFS features:

(*) Dns query support for AFSDB resource record.

-This code is extracted from the CIFS filesystem.
+This code is extracted from the SMBFS filesystem.


Compilation
diff --git a/Documentation/translations/zh_CN/admin-guide/index.rst b/Documentation/translations/zh_CN/admin-guide/index.rst
index be535ffaf4b0..9f45069efaf1 100644
--- a/Documentation/translations/zh_CN/admin-guide/index.rst
+++ b/Documentation/translations/zh_CN/admin-guide/index.rst
@@ -85,7 +85,7 @@ Todolist:
* btmrvl
* cgroup-v1/index
* cgroup-v2
-* cifs/index
+* smbfs/index
* dell_rbu
* device-mapper/index
* edid
diff --git a/Documentation/translations/zh_TW/admin-guide/index.rst b/Documentation/translations/zh_TW/admin-guide/index.rst
index 293c20245783..f0c90426ba12 100644
--- a/Documentation/translations/zh_TW/admin-guide/index.rst
+++ b/Documentation/translations/zh_TW/admin-guide/index.rst
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ Todolist:
btmrvl
cgroup-v1/index
cgroup-v2
- cifs/index
+ smbfs/index
cputopology
dell_rbu
device-mapper/index
--
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