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SubjectRe: SLES10 SP1 (x86_64): Hard-hang when using NFSv4 from HP-UX
On 28 Aug 2008 at 13:37, Jiri Kosina wrote:

> On Thu, 28 Aug 2008, Ulrich Windl wrote:
>
> > I'm fighting for a while with using NFSv4 provided by HP-UX 11.31 (ONCplus
> > B.11.31.04 (ONC+ 2.3)) on a SLES10 SP1 (x86_64) client. HP's NFS is basically that
> > from Sun. The problems are:
> [ ... ]
> > Mounting the filesystems as NFSv3 causes no problems at all, using NFSv4 makes
> > every file open() attempt to hang hard. I must "kill -9" the processes. Even
> > "umount -vat nfs4" hangs on umount().
>
> Sorry, but this mailinglist would be appropriate only if this happens
> still with current vanilla kernel.
>
> Otherwise, you should report this problem to your vendor (Novell bugzilla
> in this case).

Hi!

(ingoring the fact your opinion may be influenced by SUSE/Novell)

Are you saying that SUSE/Novell added bugs regarding NFS4 that are not present in
the vanilla kernel, or are you saying that the vanilla kernel may have fixed NFSv4
bugs that SUSE/Novell did not fix? Why shouldn't anybody be interested in the fact
that there are problems?

Regards,
Ulrich



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