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SubjectRe: NR_SUPER and "Filehandle denied"
On Wed, Sep 02, 1998 at 09:28:16AM +0930, Alan Modra wrote:

> I took a while to figure out the error that amd was giving me,
> "Filehandle denied for ...", after trying to mount scads of user's
> home directorys. It's caused by NR_SUPER (64 in 2.0.x and 256 in
> 2.1.x). Would you like a patch to make super_blocks a list? Looks
> fairly trivial.

Are you hitting a limit of 64 or 256, i.e. which kernel are you
running?

I should think 64 to be a bit low for some people, but 256 should be
plenty by default and its not unreasonable for those requiring more
to have to tweak their private kernel tree.



-cw

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