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SubjectRe: [2.3.99-pre3-[67]] error copying to nfs mounted raid0 filesystem

I am following up my own post because I found some more info.

I was using an rsize and wsize of 16384 when mounting that nfs (which is
on a raid0 md device) any value less than 16384 seems to work ok. Also,
other nfs mount between the same hosts seem to be ok with 16384, it still
just the raid0 nfs mount that is the problem with rsize and wsize of
16384.

On Thu, 23 Mar 2000, Shane Shrybman wrote:

>
> When I try to copy a file to an nfs mounted raid0 filesystem I get this
> error from cp
>
> cp: ./junk: Input/output error
> cp: ./junk: Input/output error
>
> and only 200704 bytes are copied.
>
> These errors appear in the logs on the nfs client side
>
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, exit EIO
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37287
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37288
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37289
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37290
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37287
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37288
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37289
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, retrying 37290
> Mar 23 12:25:03 mars kernel: RPC: garbage, exit EIO
>
<snip>

Shane


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