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Re: FW: nfsd-crash

To: "Huettner, Ewald" <EHuettner@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: FW: nfsd-crash
From: Simon Matter <simon.matter@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 09:04:59 +0200
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> "Huettner, Ewald" schrieb:
> 
> <<crash.zip>>
> 
>  Hallo,
> i have a Problem at an Customer, he has an lh3000 (HP) with Redhat
> Linux
> 7.1 and XFS 1.0
> Kernerl 2.4.5

Did you try the provided 2.4.3 RPM's or is there a reason to use the
2.4.5? I think RedHat is 'tuning' the NFS stuff somehow.
If the problem is XFS related then I don't know, didn' try it. But
I have a server here in a mixed environment HP-UX/NFS, Solaris/NFS and
WinNT/Samba on Mandrake-7.0 kernel 2.2.14-15mdksm without problems
since more than a year now.

> 
> The Server runs some time and then the nfsd crash`s down with errors
> in
> messages. The nfsd can not be restartet at the system, only reboot and

What kind of errors do you get?

> 
> reset ist ok too restart the server and the nfsd. On this Server there
> 
> are 8 HP-UX Workstations with NFS
> connectet to the Linux Server.
> At the Server there are the following filesystems:
> /       ext2
> /boot   ext2
> /data   xfs
> 
> Has anyone an  workaround for this Problem????
> 
> Ewald Huettner
> email: ehuettner@xxxxxxx
> Phone: 07961890186
> 
>  <<crash.zip>>
> 
>                 Name: crash.zip
>    crash.zip    Type: Zip Compressed Data
>                       (application/x-zip-compressed)
>             Encoding: base64

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