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SubjectRe: [2.6.17.8] NFS stall / BUG in UDP fragment processing / SKB trimming
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On 12 Aug 2006, nix@esperi.org.uk wrote:
> On 12 Aug 2006, nix@esperi.org.uk mused:
>> Then the build froze. I couldn't very well ignore *that*. Perhaps I
>> couldn't blame XEmacs after all.
>
> It just happened again. It's reproducibly triggered, at least on this
> system, by the ocaml-3.09.02 configure script running over NFS (probably
> NFS over UDP is necessary as well).

... also triggered by running a CVS update on a large tree, and pretty
much by doing anything heavy-duty with NFS on UDP at all.

NFS on TCP is, as expected, unaffected by this bug.

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