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Subjectv2.4.0test9 NFSv3 server woes Linux-->Solaris
Using the NFSv3 server in the v2.4.0test9 kernel (I haven't tested any
earlier v2.3.xx or v2.4.0testx kernels) I'm having problems with
(for instance) compile glib.

The setups I've tried are:

wsize = rsize = 1kB
Linux NFSv3 server --> Linux NFSv3 client (UDP mounted) -- WORKS

wsize = rsize = 32kB
Linux NFSv3 server --> Solaris NFSv3 client (UDP mounted) -- BROKEN!
Linux NFSv3 server --> Solaris NFSv3 client (TCP mounted) -- BROKEN!

wsize = rsize = 2kB
Linux NFSv3 server --> Solaris NFSv3 client (UDP mounted) -- BROKEN!
Linux NFSv3 server --> Solaris NFSv3 client (TCP mounted) -- BROKEN!


Oh, by the way, is there ANY sane reason whatsoever behind the decision
that the Linux NFSv3 client in the v2.2.18pre15 kernel defaults to wsize
= rsize = 1kB and the NFSv3 client in v2.4.0test9 defaults to
wsize = rsize = 4kB?! Every (?) other implementation of NFSv3 defaults
to 32kB... At least when mounting Solaris NFSv3 server --> Linux NFSv3
client, 32kB rsize & wsize works perfectly fine (at least for
v2.2.18pre15, but I hope that v2.4.0test9 isn't worse in this regard.)


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