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<p>Graham Jordan
<p>Alan Cox wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>> By the evidence that we have gathered it seems
that the Server is not
<br>> taxed too much as samba users are getting files OK etc.&nbsp; The
can't get
<br>> request slot is plaguing many others in different ways.&nbsp;&nbsp;
It looks like
<br>> an NFS issue.&nbsp;&nbsp; How can this be proven?&nbsp; Then we can
work on the
<br>> problem.
<p>The request queue slot message means the server isnt responding (at
least in
<br>the eyes of the client). Given you can get into the box that isnt the
<br>net card (at least not now). What mount options do you use ?
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