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SubjectRe: nfs_refresh_inode: inode number mismatch
>>>>> " " == Marco d'Itri <md@Linux.IT> writes:

> Jul 18 00:15:07 newsserver kernel: nfs_refresh_inode: inode
> number mismatch Jul 18 00:15:07 newsserver kernel: expected
> (0x3b30ac75/0x48d5), got (0x3b30ac75/0x8d04)

> I've got a flood of these messages while talking to a procom
> NAS this. Should I worry? Upgrade/patch the kernel? Yell at
> procom tech support?

Have you applied any extra patches to NFS? I remember one of my
patches (availalble from my WWW-page, but clearly marked experimental)
was generating these messages gratuitously.

If, on the other hand, you're using a clean kernel, I'd look into what
the server is doing. It sounds like it's doing the same thing that the
userland `nfs-server' does: namely to recycle filehandles after a file
gets deleted...

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