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SubjectRe: thread_info implementation
Dave Jones wrote:
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> On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 03:49:17PM -0800, Richard Henderson wrote:
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> > Though I seem to be having some problems with NFS. Mount goes into D
> > state for quite some time and the portmapper complains about timeouts
> > connecting to localhost. Anyone else see anything like that? I suppose
> > I'll build an x86 kernel from the same source and see what I can find...
>
> Yes. I saw this start happening in my tree when I merged 2.5.4pre2
> When I tried a 2.5.4pre2 vanilla, the problem was gone, so I put it
> down to a problem in my tree. When I rebooted back into it, the problem
> was gone. Aren't heisenbugs fun?
> Exactly the same symptoms, portmap borken, NIS/NFS subsequently fail.

/etc/nsswitch.conf set up correctly? /etc/host.conf?

I notice that newer RH and MDK initscripts require a bunch of stuff like
netlink devices and ipv6 support, make sure you have those enabled
too...

Jeff



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