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SubjectRe: oops in nfs_wback_result 2.2.3


Thanks for your report.

Can you repeat this Oops? I've seen reports of it before, and it
seems to indicate that the 'f_count' from the file pointer is out of
sync (the Oops is due to the f_dentry being NULL, so that the attempt
to reference f_dentry->inode fails).

If you have found a way of reproducing it, do you think you could
'echo 72 >/proc/sys/sunrpc/nfs_debug' and then provoke the Oops? I
need to find out what is going wrong with the file count...

BTW: is anybody seeing this problem on non-SMP machines?


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