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Subject2.5.68: NFS hang on write/close
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>>>>> " " == Russell King <rmk@arm.linux.org.uk> writes:

> 16:43:52.101873 assabet.61450 > flint.nfs: 128 getattr fh
> 0,0/117442816 (DF) 16:43:52.102275 flint.nfs > assabet.61450:
> reply ok 96 (DF) 16:43:52.103546 assabet.61451 > flint.nfs: 128
> getattr fh 148,125/117442816 (DF) 16:43:52.105570 flint.nfs >
> assabet.61451: reply ok 96 (DF) 16:44:00.446444 assabet.61452 >
> flint.nfs: 128 getattr fh 138,158/117442816 (DF)
> 16:44:00.446868 flint.nfs > assabet.61452: reply ok 96 (DF)
> 16:44:03.040634 assabet.61453 > flint.nfs: 128 getattr fh
> 138,159/117442816 (DF) 16:44:03.041039 flint.nfs >
> assabet.61453: reply ok 96 (DF) 16:44:03.042908 assabet.61454 >
> flint.nfs: 160 setattr fh 138,159/117442816 (DF)
> 16:44:03.044452 flint.nfs > assabet.61454: reply ok 96 (DF)
> <silence>
> There don't appear to be any further NFS requests from
> "assabet".
ARM or does it also occur on i386?

Cheers,
Trond
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