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SubjectNFS errors in 2.6
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My home directory is NFS-mounted from a Solaris server like:

mccfs10:/mccfs10-4/soft1 /home/soft1 nfs nfsvers=3,rsize=1024,wsize=1024,noatime,nodiratime 0 0

everything works peachy with linux 2.4.23, and _mostly_ works in linux
2.6.0-test11, but the latter cannot read certain directories; for instance,
if I do `ls -l .gconf' in my homedir, I get an `Invalid Argument' error.

Here's what the directory looks like (in 2.4.23):

$ ls -ld .gconf
drwxr-xr-x 6 miles 512 Dec 10 14:15 .gconf
$ ls -l .gconf
total 3
-rw------- 1 miles 31 Oct 29 2002 %gconf.xml
drwx------ 19 miles 1024 Aug 26 10:30 apps
drwx------ 3 miles 512 Oct 29 2002 desktop
drwx------ 4 miles 512 Oct 29 2002 schemas
drwx------ 4 miles 512 Jan 24 2003 system

In 2.6.0-test11, both of those commands fail like:

$ ls -l .gconf
ls: .gconf: Invalid Argument

[not sure of the precise syntax of the error message]


I have a packet capture of a failing `ls -l' command like the above;
here's the final packet (previous packets don't seem to have any errors):


Frame 22 (158 bytes on wire, 158 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 00:01:30:e9:cb:00, Dst: 00:03:47:97:9b:18
Internet Protocol, Src Addr: mccfs10.ucom.lsi.nec.co.jp (10.30.120.156), Dst Addr: mcspd15.ucom.lsi.nec.co.jp (10.30.114.174)
User Datagram Protocol, Src Port: 2049 (2049), Dst Port: 800 (800)
Remote Procedure Call, Type:Reply XID:0x0e72455c
XID: 0xe72455c (242369884)
Message Type: Reply (1)
Program: NFS (100003)
Program Version: 3
Procedure: READDIRPLUS (17)
Reply State: accepted (0)
This is a reply to a request in frame 21
Time from request: 0.001394000 seconds
Verifier
Flavor: AUTH_NULL (0)
Length: 0
Accept State: RPC executed successfully (0)
Network File System, READDIRPLUS Reply Error:ERR_INVAL
Program Version: 3
V3 Procedure: READDIRPLUS (17)
Status: ERR_INVAL (22)
dir_attributes
attributes_follow: value follows (1)
attributes
Type: Directory (2)
mode: 040755
0... .... .... = not SUID
.0.. .... .... = not SGID
..0. .... .... = not save swapped text
...1 .... .... = Read permission for owner
.... 1... .... = Write permission for owner
.... .1.. .... = Execute permission for owner
.... ..1. .... = Read permission for group
.... ...0 .... = no Write permission for group
.... .... 1... = Execute permission for group
.... .... .1.. = Read permission for others
.... .... ..0. = no Write permission for others
.... .... ...1 = Execute permission for others
nlink: 6
uid: 31295
gid: 10125
size: 512
used: 512
rdev: 0,0
specdata1: 0
specdata2: 0
fsid: 289359024837623808
fileid: 4091573
atime: Dec 9, 2003 13:34:07.040759000
seconds: 1070944447
nano seconds: 40759000
mtime: Dec 9, 2003 12:47:36.827032000
seconds: 1070941656
nano seconds: 827032000
ctime: Dec 9, 2003 12:47:36.827032000
seconds: 1070941656
nano seconds: 827032000


Any suggestions?

Thanks,

-Miles
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