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SubjectRe: nfsroot dead slow with redhat 7.2
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>>>>> " " == David Chow <davidchow@rcn.com.hk> writes:

> Dear all, When I use 2.4.7-10 i686 kernel from stock Redhat 7.2
> as the NFS server. My NFS client use the 2.4.13 kernel, when I
> mount the nfsroot to the server, I found it is dead slow on the
> client. This only happens in i686 kernel on the server, if we
> use a K6-2 uses an i386 server its fine. What's going on? By
Usually means you have a bad network connection. Use tcpdump to
isolate where on the network packets (and UDP fragments) are
disappearing.

> the way, how to configure the client to default use a NFSv3
> mount? Thanks.
Specify the 'v3' NFSroot mount option.

Cheers,
Trond
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