Linux mount fails with error Transport endpoint not connected
- date: August 15, 2012
From time to time for reasons unknown, the Amazon S3 Fuse mount on a linux server fails throughout the day. The only resolution is to umount and then mount the directory again. I tried writing the following shell script which when manually unmounted it worked and remounted but I learned there must be some other "state" when a link fails but is not actually unmounted.
mnt]# cd s3fs
ls: cannot access amazon: Transport endpoint is not connected
s3fs]# umount amazon
s3fs]# mount amazon/
Shell script attempt to check mount and remount if failed (worked in manual tests but failed):
cat /etc/mtab | grep /mnt/$1 >/dev/null
if [ "$?" -eq "0" ]; then
echo /mnt/$1 is mounted.
echo /mnt/$1 is not mounted at this time.
echo remounting now...
Why would the shell script work if I manually unmount the direc
"Transport endpoint is not connected" how to diagnose or fix?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 14, 2013
Once in a while, one of the four hard disks inside my desktop ceases to be accessible, giving a "Transport endpoint is not connected" error when I try to access it in any way. I've briefly searched for solutions to this online, but have not found any relevant solutions (many posts I've found seem to be for SSH or other networking issues; the problem is entirely confined to one machine for me). When it happens, I temporarily lose access to all of my personal documents, so I have no choice but to reboot the machine, as that is the only solution I know right now. I figured that remounting it might do something, but I'm afraid to try anything that I'm not certain won't destroy data. Sometimes it happens when I am in the middle of moving files around on the drive; sometimes it happens while I am away from the machine and it is just idling.
I do not know how to fix, or even diagnose this issue. I do not know whether it is a software or a hardware issue - the machine is about 5 y
debian 8: deb command not found. How can i fix it? [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I am trying to install graphics card Nvidia Geforce 660 on my desktop. Os: debian 8.
Here is the wiki which gives guidelines : https://wiki.debian.org/NvidiaGraphicsDrivers#jessie-304xx
But as soon as I am on the first step:
deb http://http.debian.net/debian/ jessie main contrib non-free
bash: deb: command not found
How can I install deb?
[SOLVED] "Transport endpoint is not connected" filesystem error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 30, 2010
Blueman created some stuff in my home directory which are undeletable.
"Transport endpoint is not connected"
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 27, 2009
Hi, I'm getting this error with my samsung yp-k3 mp3 player:
Error stating file '/media/samsung/Music': Transport endpoint is not connected
I originally connected it using this post:
Originally Posted by MicahCarrick
Here's some of what I've learned in Ubuntu 8.04 with my Sansa View...
To use the default MTP (Microsoft Transfer Protocol) mode, you need to download libmtp. It might be useful to download mtp-tools and easytag in case you have problems or want to fine-tune things.
sudo aptitude install libmp3 easytag mtp-tools
Then, you can use it with Rhythmbox by enabling the 'MTP Portable Devices' plugin. This is in 'Edit' > 'Plugins'.
The mtp-tools will give you command-line access to your device. This is a good way to make sure libmtp is working. Type 'mtp-detect' to get a bunch of info about your device. Type 'man mtp-connect' to see a list of all the commands you can use.
If you want to actua
fuse and "Transport endpoint is not connected"
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 6, 2008
I have my local network mounted to a directory (/net) using fusesmb, but it's *VERY* fragile and buggy. If I try to copy a batch of files from a share to my local computer, it will copy the first few and then the mount will simply crash.
cp: cannot stat `ship4reb.sgr': Transport endpoint is not connected
cp: cannot stat `shipani1.sgr': Transport endpoint is not connected
cp: cannot stat `shipani2.sgr': Transport endpoint is not connected
cp: cannot stat `shipani3.sgr': Transport endpoint is not connected
cp: cannot stat `shipani4.sgr': Transport endpoint is not connected
cp: cannot stat `shipdisp.sgr': Transport endpoint is not connected
If I mount in foreground/debug mode, it says the following in its dying breath:
unique: 195, error: 0 (Success), outsize: 136
unique: 196, opcode: OPEN (14), nodeid: 13, insize: 48
unique: 196, error: 0 (Success), outsize: 32
FUSE Transport endpoint is not connected
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 13, 2013
I'm working on a homework assignment implementing the FUSE file system. I think that I have it pretty well set up, but I keep getting the following error message:
Could not display "/home/user/Dropbox/OpSys/pa4/MountDir".
Error: Error when getting information for file '/home/user/Dropbox/OpSys/pa4/MountDir': Transport endpoint is not connected
Please select another viewer and try again.
Before I run the program, I have two folders, MirrorDir and MountDir, both in a common folder. I pass these as command line arguments. Obviously, the MountDir is the mount point. Immediately when I execute the program, the MountDir folder disappears as a folder in my folder viewer. It simultaneously reappears as a mounted disk under Computer in the left panel below other folders like Home, Desktop, Documents, etc. There is an eject arrow to its right. This looks like it is working. However, when I click on MountDir, I get the previously mentioned error.
This is the main function that I am
Solving the xinetd “Transport endpoint is not connected”
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 26, 2011
I'm trying to get a simple websocket proxy to work with xinetd.
The proxy is here : https://github.com/kumina/wsproxy
(basic proxy for vnc)
Here's my xinetd/wsproxy config:
type = UNLISTED
socket_type = stream
protocol = tcp
user = root
wait = no
port = 8080
server = /usr/sbin/wsproxy
server_args = 5000 9999
disable = no
log_type = SYSLOG daemon info
flags = NOLIBWRAP
Also tried various changes like 'wait=yes' and 'wait=no' still the same results
i get a hundred entries like this one in syslog :
ubuntu xinetd: warning: can't get client address:...
...Transport endpoint is not connected
and finally :
xinetd: Deactivating service wsproxy due to excessive incoming connections.
xinetd is running and in netstat as well.
Pulling my hairs out, can't find why it doesn't run.
(running ubuntu 11.04 x64)
Any ideas ?
Transport endpoint is not connected
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 27, 2015
FUSE is constantly(every 2 - 3 days) giving me this Transport endpoint is not connected error on my mount point and the only thing that seems to fix it is rebooting.
I currently have my mount points setup like this, I'm not sure what other details I should add here so let me know if I missed anything..
/dev/sdc1 /mnt/hdd2 ext4 defaults 0 0
/dev/sdb1 /mnt/hdd1 ext4 defaults 0 0
mhddfs#/mnt/hdd1,/mnt/hdd2 /data fuse defaults,allow_other 0 0
Samba errors:"Transport endpoint is not connected","Error Connection"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 12, 2014
I have a Centos Server, and these errors are filling up my smbd.log
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