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SubjectRe: Oops with user land nfs now.

I'm using a combination of raid 0/1. Here is my raidtab:

# Sample raid-0/1 configuration
# setup strip
raiddev /dev/md0
raid-level 0
chunk-size 16
persistent-superblock 1

nr-raid-disks 2
nr-spare-disks 0

device /dev/sda1
raid-disk 0

device /dev/sdb1
raid-disk 1



# second strip
raiddev /dev/md1
raid-level 0
chunk-size 16
persistent-superblock 1

nr-raid-disks 2
nr-spare-disks 0

device /dev/sdc1
raid-disk 0

device /dev/sdd1
raid-disk 1


# start mirror
raiddev /dev/md2
raid-level 1
nr-raid-disks 2
nr-spare-disks 0
chunk-size 128
persistent-superblock 1

device /dev/md0
raid-disk 0

device /dev/md1
raid-disk 1

I didn't change anything about read/write sizes. If the problem is
raid related, this worries me.

Thanks
-jeremy

> It is likely that this is a Raid0 problem and not an NFS problem.
>
> There is a big FIXME in the front of the raid0_map function.
> Are you using the default read/write sizes?
>
> Allen
>
> >>>Jeremy Hansen said:
> >
> > Got an Oops with user land nfsd now, although this just killed
> > nfsd operations. The machine was still very mucy alive otherwise
> > allowing me to properly reboot it.
> >
>
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