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SubjectRe: Please try knfsd 980922
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> 
> Tad Kollar wrote:
> >
> > Unfortunately I'm seeing stability problems using a large number of client
> > systems with knfs-980922. This is a cluster with 40 diskless machines... after
> > about 17 of them boot, the nfs server stops responding. Each client needs
> > two mounts. Originally I was running with 5 nfsds which I increased to 16
> > but it didn't help.
> >
>
> I don't see this problem yet, BUT, I've got a Sun E-450 running Solaris
> 2.6 that justs drives knfsd nuts. I get nfsd's that are constantly
> running, and without the NFSv3 in mountd disabled (which is already
> fixed), Solaris can't mount the volume.
>

You can turn on the NFS debug in /proc/sys/sunrpc to see what
is going on.

# echo /proc/sys/sunrpc/nfsd_debug

will turn on nfsd debug.


H.J.

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