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SubjectRe: NFS io errors on transfer from system running 2.4 to system running 2.5
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On Tuesday 03 June 2003 21:26, Jakob Oestergaard wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 09:01:27PM +0800, Michael Frank wrote:
> > On Tuesday 03 June 2003 20:52, Jakob Oestergaard wrote:
> > > I always use hard,intr so that I can manually interrupt hanging jobs,
> > > but also know that they do not randomly fail just because a few packets
> > > get dropped on my network. This seems to be the common setup, as far
> > > as I know.
> >
> > Thank you,
> >
> > I will try hard, intr
>
> no prob.
>
> Please let the list know if it solves your problem or not - I'm sure
> there are people who want to know if it doesn't, and if it does then the
> solution will be in the archives for the next to find.
>
> After all, I could be mistaken... naaahh... ;)
>

If have tested mounting nfs partitions mode hard,intr and transfered
kernel bitkeeper repos between systems running combinations of recent
2.4 and 2.5 kernels, and also did bk resync and bk resolve via the network.

It is working dependably and I won't touch soft mounting mode again ...

Regards
Michael

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My current linux related activities in rough order of priority:
- Testing of Swsusp for 2.4
- Learning 2.5 kernel debugging with kgdb - it's in the -mm tree
- Studying 2.5 serial and ide drivers, ACPI, S3

The 2.5 kernel could use your usage. More info on setting up 2.5 kernel at
http://www.codemonkey.org.uk/post-halloween-2.5.txt


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