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SubjectRe: NFS file locking broken (take 2)


On Sun, 23 Aug 1998, Steven N. Hirsch wrote:

> On Sat, 22 Aug 1998, H. J. Lu wrote:
>
> > Which one are you using? The latest one is knfsd-980820. NFS lock
> > works for me. BTW, you did apply my kernel patch, didn't you.
>
> Yes, we have E-Mail time-warp in operation. I built 2.1.117 with your
> patches from knfsd-980820, and the client-side locking now seems to work
> as it should. However, processes running on the _server_ do not see the
> locks.
>
> - Is this expected?
> - Can it be fixed?

Well, it's not completely fixed. Locking between two processes on the
same client works, but processes on other _clients_ also fail to see them
:-(.

I notice that nothing is appearing in the /var/lib/nfs/sm directories now.
Previously, there was some information which tracked clients with interest
in current locks.

hj? An oversight?

Steve



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