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SubjectRe: NFS root: New error messages in latest bk
Andrew Walrond, Mon, Feb 10, 2003 17:16:23 +0100:
> Latest bk 2.5;

2.5.70 here

> Just booted with NFS root and noticed these new error messages in dmesg:
> NFS: server cheating in read reply: count 4096 > recvd 1000
> NFS: giant filename in readdir (len 0xcb2d2053)!

I have almost the same, but without the "server cheating":

16:12:06 NFS: giant filename in readdir (len c8f2d9f0)!

got this by doing "find /mnt -type f | xargs cat > /dev/null".
The server is 2.4.20-ck4 (Con Kolivas patches: aavm, preempt, lolatency).

Also seen something about 7 min later (the find was still running):

16:19:22 nfs: server server1 not responding, still trying
16:19:25 nfs: server server1 OK

The "server1" (my desktop machine) was doing almost nothing at this time
and felt ok (still does).


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