Subject: Re: old information: NFS bug in 1.1
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Heiko W.Rupp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/07/1998 10:07:51
Giles Lean wrote:
|I was running a NetBSD-1.1/i386 machine as a NFS server for a diskless
|post-1.3 -current i386. I saw the NFS swap file grow to 4Gb
*grin* That's what I observed yesterday too. I was running a kernel
compile on a diskless station. Every now and then nfs just hung.
Interesting enough - when using udp mounts I sometimes got a 'server not
responding' message back to the terminal while with tcp mounts, I only
got the message on the console (where normally no monitor ist connected).
|After more than two years, the machine really needed the upgrade
|anyway, I guess. :-)
That would ruin uptime ;-)
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