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    SubjectRe: lockd problems
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    > I have a similar problem that Steven Hirsch's locker program triggers:
    > For no descernable reason, sometimes an export will become Read-Only to
    > everyone. If I then try to rmmod nfs and lockd, then I can't (they're
    > busy). A reboot cures this, but it isn't consistant.
    >
    > That was with kernel 2.2.9, 2.2.10 produces similar results, though not
    > exactly the same. nfsd can't restart in 2.2.10, because "address is in
    > use".

    You need to apply the kernel patches recommended in knfsd 1.4.6.

    >
    > Since I'm going to be shipping this in a server product, I need a kernel
    > that can do this, plus cover the maximal amount of hardware. Is it only
    > possible to go backwards, to 2.2.7 + nfsd patches? Or can I go forwards
    > somehow?
    >

    If you want, you can try the VA kernel at

    ftp://ftp.varesearch.com/pub/support/hjl/redhat/6.0/SRPMS

    We use 2.2.7.

    H.J.

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