Subject: Re: Corruption on files read via NFS
To: Curt Sampson <email@example.com>
From: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/13/1997 10:41:51
> This machine ran 1.1 just fine when I used it before, although at
> that time it was a SCSI machine (Adaptec 1542 and Quantum Empire).
> I'm wondering if perhaps these problems might not be related in
> some way to using IDE on this machine; I rarely run NetBSD on IDE
> systems. Any thoughts?
I have IDE based systems, but haven't seen NFS problems so far. These
are pentium systems, though. It sounds odd that the file is corrupted
the same way every time - doesn't sound like a random hardware problem
to me. I think I heard that the IDE driver can disable interrupts for
relatively long periods of time which _might_ affect your Ethernet -
but I would think this would cause random problems.
I'm having trouble sending e-mail to one address in the world and
receiving e-mail from another address. I have an Amiga 3000 as a
router between me and the rest of the world and I _think_ it may
be corrupting some very rare TCP/IP packets and causing the problems.
Maybe you have found a similar problem? Does the problem show up with
all files or with just one?
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