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Subjecttroubling messages from NFS filesystem
I've been getting the attached messages regularly now through several
recent kernels right up through 2.2.5. I haven't seen any actual problems
that I could relate to them. What do they mean, and what, if anything,
should I do about them?

The client is running 2.2.5UP, the server 2.2.5UP and userland NFS
daemons (Universal NFS Server 2.2beta37).

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Mark H. Wood, Lead System Programmer mwood@IUPUI.Edu
Specializing in unusual perspectives for more than twenty years.
Apr 11 09:28:29 woodshed kernel: __nfs_fhget: inode 2046836791 busy, i_count=2, i_nlink=1
Apr 11 09:28:29 woodshed kernel: nfs_free_dentries: found locks/browse.dat, d_count=0, hashed=1
Apr 11 09:28:29 woodshed kernel: nfs_dentry_delete: locks/browse.dat: ino=2046836791, count=2, nlink=1
Apr 11 09:43:38 woodshed kernel: __nfs_fhget: inode 2046836793 busy, i_count=2, i_nlink=1
Apr 11 09:43:38 woodshed kernel: nfs_free_dentries: found locks/browse.dat, d_count=0, hashed=1
Apr 11 09:43:38 woodshed kernel: nfs_dentry_delete: locks/browse.dat: ino=2046836793, count=2, nlink=1
Apr 11 09:58:58 woodshed kernel: __nfs_fhget: inode 2046836792 busy, i_count=2, i_nlink=1
Apr 11 09:58:58 woodshed kernel: nfs_free_dentries: found locks/browse.dat, d_count=0, hashed=1
Apr 11 09:58:58 woodshed kernel: nfs_dentry_delete: locks/browse.dat: ino=2046836792, count=2, nlink=1
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