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SubjectRe: NFS corruption on 2.6.11.7
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On Tue, 2005-05-24 at 08:01 -0400, Trond Myklebust wrote:
> ty den 24.05.2005 Klokka 12:15 (+0200) skreiv Kenneth Johansson:
>
> > > > :/export/home/ken /home/ken nfs rw,v3,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,hard,udp,lock,addr=amd 0 0
> > > >
> > >
> > > I'm seeing no problems at all with this on a loopback mount with
> > > 2.6.12-rc4. Mind giving us some more details on your setup?
> > >
> > > Cheers,
> > > Trond
>
> Does the above export line mean that you are running with amd? If so,
This only means that I had no imagination naming the computer and simply
used the name of the cpu manufacturer used in the computer.

> could you retry using an ordinary NFS mount (preferably a loopback mount
> - i.e. mount something over "localhost").

This works OK.

> Again, please could you give us more details on how you are doing these
> tests: what hardware (i.e. what NIC, switch, server, memory,...), lsmod
> output, (and ditto for the server).

The only new thing is.
0000:00:0e.0 Ethernet controller: D-Link System Inc Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (rev 11)
And the driver is sk98lin compiled into the kernel.
Everything else has been the same for over a year. hmm I did change the
switch also but I do not remember what I got.

I do not get any problem reading with a osx client also in gigabit speed
but the client cpu is much slower so it's not exactly the same thing.

> How are you using your scripts? Are you first running one on the server,
> then the other on the client, are you deleting the old files before you
> start a new run, etc.
Telnet to the server run the gen part then run the cmp on the client. And yes I do delete the files otherwise they would more or less only be in the cache.

>
> > I did some more investigation what type of data error I get and it looks
> > a bit strange. I always get 28 bytes wrong in a sequence some times this
> > is data repeated from previous in the file but not always. Anybody know
> > what cache line size this cpu has?
> >
> > processor : 0
> > vendor_id : AuthenticAMD
> > cpu family : 6
> > model : 8
> > model name : AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2200+
> > stepping : 0
> > cpu MHz : 1802.998
> > cache size : 256 KB
> > fdiv_bug : no
> > hlt_bug : no
> > f00f_bug : no
> > coma_bug : no
> > fpu : yes
> > fpu_exception : yes
> > cpuid level : 1
> > wp : yes
> > flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 mmx fxsr sse pni syscall mmxext 3dnowext 3dnow
> > bogomips : 3547.13
> >
> > Here is a sample if three files with errors in them.
> >
> > file 13 "od -Ax -tx1z"
> >
> >
> > -924dc0 df b3 0c 89 2d a2 83 da 1c 08 f2 66 da f6 6b f4 >....-......f..k.<
> > +924dc0 43 11 2a f4 98 09 d5 76 aa 26 83 00 24 3d 11 fd >C.*....v.&..$=..<
> >
> > -924dd0 af c2 44 57 9a 13 01 43 84 bf 99 c3 1b 16 8a 00 >..DW...C........<
> > +924dd0 3e 64 d7 bd 4f 8d 26 cf 4f 4f 2c 62 1b 16 8a 00 >>d..O.&.OO,b....<
> >
> >
> > 28 bytes wrong in a sequence
> > The data is a repeat from previous data in the file.
> >
> > >grep "43 11 2a f4 98 09 d5 76 aa 26 83 00 24 3d 11 fd" 13_org
> > 924d40 43 11 2a f4 98 09 d5 76 aa 26 83 00 24 3d 11 fd >C.*....v.&..$=..<
> >
> > >grep "43 11 2a f4 98 09 d5 76 aa 26 83 00 24 3d 11 fd" 13_err
> > 924d40 43 11 2a f4 98 09 d5 76 aa 26 83 00 24 3d 11 fd >C.*....v.&..$=..<
> > 924dc0 43 11 2a f4 98 09 d5 76 aa 26 83 00 24 3d 11 fd >C.*....v.&..$=..<
> >
> > 924dc0 is a copy of 924d40
> > 128 bytes offset
> >
> >
> > file 14 "od -Ax -tx1z"
> >
> > -0912f0 91 45 bb cd eb 4f 01 d3 69 27 88 b5 7d 7d 17 8d >.E...O..i'..}}..<
> > +0912f0 b8 3f 4e 5d 2e 86 ed c0 51 79 fe ec 3e 53 c9 29 >.?N]....Qy..>S.)<
> >
> > -091300 7d 94 8e f9 81 d0 c2 4a b5 8e c6 af b0 03 4c 16 >}......J......L.<
> > +091300 d9 05 ac 0d fc eb 00 71 17 bd fb 3e b0 03 4c 16 >.......q...>..L.<
> >
> > >grep "b8 3f 4e 5d 2e 86 ed c0 51 79 fe ec 3e 53 c9 29" 14_err
> > 0912b0 b8 3f 4e 5d 2e 86 ed c0 51 79 fe ec 3e 53 c9 29 >.?N]....Qy..>S.)<
> > 0912f0 b8 3f 4e 5d 2e 86 ed c0 51 79 fe ec 3e 53 c9 29 >.?N]....Qy..>S.)<
> >
> > 28 bytes wrong
> > 64 bytes offset
> >
> >
> > file 16 "od -Ax -tx1z"
> >
> > -635200 c3 1d f2 b8 c4 d5 12 c1 3f 48 e6 9d dc 98 1f e5 >........?H......<
> > +635200 c3 1d f2 b8 c4 d5 12 c1 00 10 00 00 00 d0 ec 08 >................<
> >
> > -635210 9e 54 e7 f1 49 5b 1e d0 9f e2 7c 26 24 cb 98 24 >.T..I[....|&$..$<
> > +635210 00 10 00 00 00 90 14 08 00 10 00 00 00 50 25 06 >.............P%.<
> >
> > -635220 25 fc 63 2a bf 07 b4 c0 cf a1 67 9b ef 01 5d 6d >%.c*......g...]m<
> > +635220 00 10 00 00 bf 07 b4 c0 cf a1 67 9b ef 01 5d 6d >..........g...]m<
> >
> > 28 bytes wrong
> > This time the data is not from this file.
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
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