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SubjectRe: Bugreport kernel 2.4.0-test8
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On 2000-09-19 8:33:49 Michael Zieger wrote:

>I just found a big bug in kernel 2.4.0-test8 that leads to a major
>crash because PID 4 [kupdate] dies.

>I could reproduce the problem by doing this:
>- Open StarOffice under KDE
>- Create new textfile
>- Try to save it under a via NFS mounted directory

I experienced this same problem with 2.4.0-test9-pre4. The NFS
server was a stock Red Hat 6.0 box running 2.2.5.

My workstation is running Linux-Mandrake 7.2 beta 2 with 2.4.0.9.4 patched
for ReiserFS 3.6.16, with all partitions formatted with ReiserFS 3.5.24.

When I tried to save a StarOffice 5.2 file in .doc format to the NFS server,
the workstation hung and did not respond for 10 minutes. I could not telnet
to it, but it did respond to pings. I had to hit the big switch. Afterwards,
the only lines in /var/log/messages (at the time of the problem) were:

Sep 19 13:11:27 spc kernel: NFS: NFSv3 not supported.
Sep 19 13:11:27 spc kernel: nfs warning: mount version older than kernel

I experienced some file corruption. StarOffice would not run after reboot,
complaining about missing configuration files.

I hope this helps,

Steven
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