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SubjectRE: Record locking through NFS.
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I've tried what you propouse me but when I make:
patch -p1 < linux-2.2.7-sunrpc.patch

the system ask me:
*.c ...
Reversed (or previously applied) patch detected ! Assume -R? [n]

It's possible that my kernel 2.2.10 is newer (although I think I have
installed knfsd 1.4.6) and then "patch" tells me that warning ?

Please, could you give me a little help on this: I'm newbie and never made
kernel updates or applying patches. Please could you give more detailed
instructions ?

I want to thank you very much your help.

Enrique


> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: Steven N. Hirsch [mailto:shirsch@adelphia.net]
> Enviado el: jueves, 02 de septiembre de 1999 12:46
> Para: Enrique Bernal
> Cc: linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu; linux-net@vger.rutgers.edu
> Asunto: Re: Record locking through NFS.
>
>
>
> On Thu, 2 Sep 1999, Enrique Bernal wrote:
>
>
> > Hello, all.
> >
> > I have a program that uses record locking - fcntl(filedes,
> F_SETLK, ...) -
> > in a file from a NFS server. That worked well in SuSE Linux 6.1 (Kernel
> > 2.2.5)
> >
> > Recently I have installed SuSE Linux 6.2 (Kernel 2.2.10) in
> both boxes (NFS
> > server and NFS
> > client), and I think I have configured them correctly, but my program
> > doesn´t manage to lock records in the server´s file, as did in 6.1.
> >
>
>
> Another victim of the knfsd morass.. For reliable operation, you really
> should:
>
>
> - Download, build and install HJ Lu's latest utilities package:
>
>
ftp://ftp.varesearch.com/pub/support/hjl/knfsd/knfsd-1.4.7.tar.gz


- Apply the following patches included with that package to the kernel:


linux-2.2.7-sunrpc.patch
nfsd-2.2.7-3.patch
nfsd-2.2.7-nfsfh.patch
nfsd-2.2.7-2.lockd.patch


Life should then improve considerably. I've given up trying to understand
why these are not in the base kernel, so don't ask...


Steve








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