Re: nfsd oops with 2.6.5-rc2-mm4
From: Dieter Stueken
Date: Sat Mar 27 2004 - 18:18:40 EST
Frank Denis wrote:
Version 3. I can give version 2 a try but there will probably
a significant loss of performance :(
probably better than a total loss of performance :-)
Unfortunately this is a production environment and I can hardly> triggering the bug.
switch the Solaris box off in order to make it sure that it is
Same here. I set up a NFS-server for test and let the Sun
mount the data in a temporary directory to verify the situation.
The test-server may crash, but the sun will survive. After you
stopped the test on the sun, you might have to reboot your
test-server to be able to unmount the disk on the sun again.
I reverted to 2.6.2-rc2-mm3, the server didn't crash after 6 hours. Crossing fingers...
2.6.2-rc2-mm3 just crashed the same way.
Yes, all 2.6.x seem to be affected. My good old 2.4.19 runs since 6 month.
I started to scan the 2.5.x patches for changes on nfsd, to find by which
one this kind of trouble was caused....
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