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SubjectRe: NFS woes in 2.5.1-pre8
Search the kernel sources at: http://lxr.linux.no/source/kernel/?v=2.4.13 or 2.4.26, etc
I know the ip addres for each interface are stored somewhere.
They have to be because they are passed down to the net driver inside of socket buffers ( skb )
as a struct tcphdr * and they have to be appended to each packet.

Tyler


>>> Russell King <rmk@arm.linux.org.uk> 12/12/01 09:43AM >>>
I'm not sure if this is expected or not, but I'm seeing odd behaviour with
NFS on 2.5.1-pre8:

[root@assabet bin]$vdir ../lib
-rwxr-xr-x 1 51 51 29091 Dec 12 2001 libts-0.0.so.0.0.0
../lib: Input/output error
[root@assabet bin]$uname -a
Linux assabet 2.5.1-pre8 #69 Mon Dec 10 22:21:15 GMT 2001 armv4l unknown
[root@assabet bin]$

Looking at the NFS traffic:

16:27:09.051301 assabet.arm.linux.org.uk.33f11c24 > raistlin.arm.linux.org.uk.nfs: 148 lookup fh Unknown/1 "libts-0.0.so.0" (DF)
16:27:09.061306 raistlin.arm.linux.org.uk.nfs > assabet.arm.linux.org.uk.33f11c24: reply ok 128 lookup fh Unknown/1 (DF)
Admittedly raistlin is running a rather old, obsolete NFS server, which has
up until now worked faultlessly for around 2 years: Universal NFS Server
2.2beta48

Appologies, but I'm not sure how I got it into this state either - last
thing I had done was to overwrite the files in ../lib and bin with new sets
on the NFS server. The only directory that is suffering is ../lib.
(there's bin and ../include as well, both of which would've had their
files overwritten with later versions).

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Russell King (rmk@arm.linux.org.uk) The developer of ARM Linux
http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/personal/aboutme.html

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