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SubjectRe: Poor NFS client performance on 2.4.18?
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On Tuesday 7. May 2002 00:05, Dan Yocum wrote:
> Trond,
>
> OK, so backing out the rpc_tweaks dif fixed the performance problem,
> however, seems to have introduced another problem that appears to be
> stemming from the seekdir.dif. Attempting to run an app from an IRIX
> client (that has the 32bitclients option set) freezes the NFS volume - one
> can't access it from the Linux side, anymore.
>
> You can read and write to the NFS volume *before* trying to run something
> from there, but not after.
>
> Ideas?

That smells like another network driver bug. Have you tcpdumped the traffic
between client and server?

Cheers,
Trond
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