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    SubjectRe: [NFS] processes stuck in D state
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    On Tuesday 06 May 2003 17:20, Trond Myklebust wrote:
    > >>>>> " " == Michael Buesch <> writes:
    > > Hi! Please take a look at this problem:
    > >
    > > [linux-kernel-mailing-list thread]
    > >
    > If I can hazard a guess: someone is firewalling the lockd port and/or
    > the statd port.
    > Either mount using the 'nolock' option, or fix the firewall (see the
    > HOWTO and/or FAQ).

    To reproduce the problem:
    - - mount some nfs from a server in your lan.
    - - Open an app, that uses the mounted fs. I've simply opened a
    konqueror-window for the directory where the nfs is mounted.
    - - shut down or crash the server or just pull the network-cable.
    - - Now the konqueror-process is nonkillable in D state. There's no
    chance to kill it.

    I've tried it with all firewalls disabled, but the problem resists.

    > Cheers,
    > Trond

    @linux-kernel-mailing-list: I've posted a thread to nfs-mailing list with
    the same topic as in lkml. IMHO this is the better list for this problem. :)

    - --
    Regards Michael Büsch
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