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CIFS VFS: Send error in read = -13 RedHat

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Hi,

I have a Redhat 6.5 Linux VM inside of XenCenter and I keep getting a "CIFS VFS: Send error in read = -13".
I tried looking up this error but I was not able to pull up anything. Does anyone know what this is?

Thanks.
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Error code 13 is Permission denied - could there be a problem of that nature?
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Check for selinux/ i.e:
grep AVC /var/log/audit/audit.log
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Hi Duncan,

I'm not aware of any permission issue as this VM has been running for a quite some time now.

Hi Gheist,

Nothing returned after running that command. I'm curious now if it might be a disk issue.
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Then you have to find it in vmware hardware status. Such issues dont get to VMs.
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