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SubjectRe: nfs_refresh_inode: inode number mismatch
Russell King wrote:
>
> Neil Brown writes:
> > On Wednesday February 7, jsun@mvista.com wrote:
> > > This is a weird problem that I am looking at right. It seems to indicate a
> > > bug in the nfs server.
> > >
> > > I have a MIPS machine that boots from a NFS root fs hosted on a redhat 6.2
> > > workstation. Everything works fine except that after a few reboots I start to
> > > see the error messages like the following:
> >
> > What verison of Linux? If it is less than 2.2.18, then an upgrade
> > will help you a lot.
> >
> > If it is >= 2.2.18, I will look some more.
>
> Note that you need to upgrade the server, not the client. Also, make sure
> you don't reboot the client more than once in a 2 minute time window.

My server was 2.2.14. I upgraded it to 2.2.18. It appears that the problem
is gone, although it will probably take a while to be sure.

I do find the "no more than once in 2 minutes" requirement amusing ... :-)

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