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    SubjectRe: NFS corruption revisited
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    > The following is a ethereal dump of the NFS traffic for the particular
    > bytes above:
    >
    > packet #303:
    > 04b0 89 c0 50 8d 93 f0 fe ff ff 89 d0 50 8b 93 4c 00 ..P........P..L.
    > 04c0 00 00 89 d0 50 e8 ae e6 ff ff 83 c4 0c 8d 93 07 ....P...........
    > 04d0 ff ff ff 89 00 00 ......
    > ^^^^^

    That looks fine.

    > If additional data is required, please let me know.

    You need tcpdump data with the rpc fully decoded. Padding rpc's is quite
    valid and that is what the trace shows I believe.

    How close are AIX and Solaris nfsd I wonder



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