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Subjectknfsd messages (was: Re: 2.1.103: knfsd dentry problem: x/y not found -- need full search)
On a related subject, is the following kernel message important:

nfsd_create: dentry tmp/test not negative!

In this instance, the exported partition (from a Linux 2.1.103 knfsd
server) is /tmp/test, and the partition is mounted on a Solaris
2.5.1 client.

This seems to happen when creating a file in a subdirectory (eg.
`touch dir/abc', where `dir' exists). The command running on the
client reports `Is not a directory'.

Strangely, the bug magically clears itself up after a while ...

Rich.

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