Subject: NFS problem?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: David Jones <email@example.com>
Date: 08/07/1995 16:38:43
Has anyone seen the likes of the following? qpoint is an Amiga 3000,
vnode is a Sun 3/260, both running NetBSD-current as of late July.
Script started on Sun Aug 6 18:09:19 1995
/usr/dej> cd /home
/home> ls -l
Filesystem 512-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/sd1a 31966 18308 12058 60% /
mfs:11 32350 2 30730 0% /tmp
/dev/sd1e 255516 228796 13944 94% /local
/dev/sd1f 129118 122550 112 100% /usr
/dev/sd1d 2 2 0 100% /qpoint
vnode:/local2 283822 71098 184340 28% /local2
vnode:/local3 607086 308904 237472 57% /local3
vnode:/sunos/usr 567678 299450 211460 59% /sunos/usr
vnode:/home 331294 229640 68524 77% /home
/home> rsh vnode ls /home
/home> cd /
# umount /home
# mount vnode:/home /home
# ls /home
Script done on Sun Aug 6 18:10:15 1995
So, from qpoint, I cannot access the /home filesystem, even though df gives
the correct stats. Unmounting and remounting doesn't seem to help.
Rebooting qpoint fixed the problem, but that still leaves me worried. I was
using /home about 5 minutes before this happened. In the meantime, I added
another filesystem to vnode's /etc/exports and HUPed mountd, but that shouldn't
affect anything, no?
David Jones, M.A.Sc student, Electronics Group (VLSI), University of Toronto
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