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SubjectRe: NFS problems, 2.5.5x
Yes.  Today I haven't experienced the loop problem.  On the other hand,
when I reboot back and forth between 2.5.53 and 2.5.59, I have to
restart the server nfs programs or I get permission denied on the client
and "rpc.mountd: getfh failed: Operation not permitted" on the server.

I have also had to restart 2.4 clients because NFS silently hangs. I
believe there's a few patches on the list that I need to apply regarding


Trond Myklebust wrote:

>>>>>>" " == David Ford <> writes:
> > The last time NFS was working, I had 2.4.19 and 2.5.53 clients
> > on a
> > 2.5.59 server, that was yesterday. I had experienced a slight
> > problem
> > with it last week when my 2.5.53 client was booted for first
> > time on 2.5.5x, it was previously a 2.4 kernel. The server
> > OOPSed repeatedly shortly after bootup in NFS stuff then it
> > never happened again and was rock solid until today.
>So have you tried out the 2.5.53 client since you noticed this
> Trond

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