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SubjectRe: 2.6.0-test2-mm3-1: Badness in class_dev_release followed by 5 NFS server hangs
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On Monday 04 August 2003 11:10, Michael Frank wrote:
> On Monday 04 August 2003 04:56, Andrew Morton wrote:
> > All netdevices will generate this warning on unregistration. The net
> > guys are cooking up a fix, but it is not available yet.
>
> OK, What about the NFS hangs there are more now, also some short in
> duration
>
> Aug 4 04:22:02 mhfl4 kernel: nfs: server mhfl2 not responding, still
> trying Aug 4 04:22:02 mhfl4 kernel: nfs: server mhfl2 OK
> Aug 4 04:23:59 mhfl4 kernel: nfs: server mhfl2 not responding, still
> trying Aug 4 04:23:59 mhfl4 kernel: nfs: server mhfl2 OK
>

Running -mm4 for 2 days, spurious NFS server hangs seem to have
subsided in -mm4

Regards
Michael


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