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SubjectRe: lockd errors
Alan Cox on Sun 15/08 00:41 +0100:
> > And what if the server is Solaris? Same problem (at least in
> > 2.2.10); get "failed to monitor" messages and no programs that use
> > flock() or fcntl() will get their lock. This is a real pain using
> > MUA on NFS mounted spool, and using dotlocking is rather silly don't
> > you think?.
>
> Make sure you are running lock daemons on the Solaris box. This case
> definitely works. I've used it

There is one lockd running. I tried this using Solaris 2.5 - 2.7, with
the jumbo patches, and still no locks, stock 2.2.10 kernel,
CONFIG_NFS_FS=y and CONFIG_LOCKD=y. Mounts of NFS exports from the
Solaris boxes simply do not mount with locks. Am I doing something
wrong? The Solaris boxes have no trouble mounting from these exports and
getting locks. I am using rw,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,hard .

--
Scott

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