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SubjectRe: Bug in nfsd !
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This appears to be a problem with one the caches.  I should be able
to get a patch out soon. The directory is busy (16) fat32 won't
delete a busy directory.

Allen

>>>mathieu chouquet-stringer said:
> Hello everybody !
>
> I have 3 computers. The first one exports some directories via NFS (I
> will call it S). The two others (A & B) mount the directories exported
> by S. For some reasons, the server S uses a fat32 partition (exported with
> NFS protocol) on one of its disks (because I go to work with it and at my
> office there are only fat32 capable computers...)
>
> So since there, nothing strange.
>
> I use the kernel built-in NFS server with the kernel-level 12/04/98
> release (knfsd).
> Badly, there is one major problem. I can read, write and delete
> everything I want except directories. If I try to erase a directory :
> - on the client side I get : "rmdir: a: Input/output error"
> - on the server side, "kernel: nfsd: non-standard errno: 16"
> I have the same comportment with the 2 client computers (A & B).
>
> I have tried the same operations with the user-land 2.2beta40 release on
> the server side and it works perfectly on both computers !?
>
> On all the computers I use 2.2.3 kernel (build with gcc 2.7.2.3), with the
> good software revisions (cf Documentation/Changes). My systems are based on
> a RedHat 5.2 distribution.
>
> If someone can find a solution or if I can help to investigate further, I
> will be very pleased.
>
> --
> Mathieu CHOUQUET-STRINGER E-Mail : chouqu_m@epita.fr
>
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