(anymore?!?) where both file exists. Expected behavior should be that testfile is overwritten. I have a fresh install of EOS and can also reproduce this in a live system. In addition it works in an Manjaro install. What am I missing here?
[csteinforth@EOS ~]$ mv /mnt/cifs/share/test/testfile.tmp /mnt/cifs/share/test/testfile
mv: das Verschieben von '/mnt/cifs/share/test/testfile.tmp' nach '/mnt/cifs/share/test/testfile' ist nicht möglich: Die Datei existiert bereits
Moving the file is not possible, because file already exists.
I solved it somehow, although it is a little bit weird. My NAS storage is already a little bit old, but there is an option to enable SMB2. Enabling this and changing vers=1.0 to vers=2.0 in my mount options solve this issue. So I did another test with the EOS iso from May. There it also works with SMB2 disabled and the vers=1.0 option. In the current July iso it did not work with this setup so I guess there must be a change somewhere in cifs area. Any idea on this?