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SubjectRe: NFS stop/start problems (related to datagram shutdown bug?)
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> Seems recently, on both redhat 6.1 and 7.0 using kernel 2.4.1-ac3, I
> ran into this problem:

Ok seen this in older 2.2 but not 2.4

> nfsd: terminating on signal 9
> svc: server socket destroy delayed
>
> And restarting NFS has the following error message:
> Starting NFS mountd: [ OK ]
> Starting NFS daemon: nfssvc: Address already in use
> [FAILED]

A socket got stuck. Thats preventing you restarting it. The bug is whatever
leak caused the svc: server socket destroy delayed case.

Just for reference what network card ?

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