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    SubjectRe: Solaris -> Linux NFS errors, segfaulting programs
    Scott McDermott <> writes:

    > I seem to have problems compiling programs hosted on NFS mounted
    > filesystems. A compile of Qmail works, but some of the binaries
    > segfault. A compile of Mutt ends with ld segfaulting during the final
    > link, and the make giving errors like "invalid string offset" in
    > sections of object code.
    > What's curious is that moving the source trees over to a local
    > filesystem results in perfectly fine executables that have no problems
    > linking. Does anyone know why this occurs, or how to fix it?
    > There are also the "can't silly-delete" about every other second (yes
    > that's exaggeration; it occurs reproducibly after I EOF out of an `su'),
    > and lots of "__nfs_fhget: inode 536457 still busy, i_count=2" followed
    > by "__nfs_fhget: killing filehandle", which usually precipitates a ton
    > of "nfs_dentry_deletes" all over the place. I can provoke more of them
    > when this happens by doing a find on the tree which houses the
    > file...there is one for each in the tree.
    > Oh and one more...programs that use fcntl() cannot get a lock on the
    > files, and this results in things like MUAs being unable to open
    > mailboxes RW. The error says that `lockd' failed to monitor the host on
    > which the FS resides physically. The lockd does seem to be running
    > though, on both sides of the mount...
    > The mounts are from Solaris boxes running SunOS 5.5.1. Mount options
    > are rw,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,hard. Kernel is 2.2.10.
    > Does anyone know how to fix these problems? Would using HJL's knfsd
    > patches, even though I'm only a client, fix any of these?

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