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SubjectRe: [NFS] Problems with NFS while running SpecSFS with JFS filesystem and 2.6 kernel.
On 12/10/03 08:40:11, Jose R. Santos wrote:
> >>>Dec 9 14:48:04 onus kernel: nfsd: LOOKUP(3) 20: 01000001 00420051 00000002 0000a17e 00009083 00000000 file_en.46340
> >>>Dec 9 14:48:04 onus kernel: nfsd: LOOKUP(3) 20: 01000001 00420051 00000002 0000a17e 00009083 00000000 file_en.46410

I'm looking at the NFSd code and I think I'm getting a little confuse
and since I'm not a NFS expert, I don't know if something like the above
two lines is OK or not.

Can someone impose a bit of wisdom on me. :)

-JRS
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