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    SubjectRe: Linux <-> Linux NFS issues.
    On Fri, Mar 21, 2003 at 09:37:13PM +1100, Daniel Pittman wrote:

    > The client machine reports, in dmesg:
    > NFS: server cheating in read reply: count 4096 > recvd 1000
    > The 'count' value is occasionally higher, but not often, and the 'recvd'
    > never seems to differ from 1000.

    When I was last seeing this, there was also a lot of 'crap' packets
    on the wire, with bogus header lengths etc (some of which were so
    malformed they broke ethereal).

    I've not retried any NFS tests since 2.5.60, sounds like the problem
    is still there, so I'll do some more investigation soon.

    Dave

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