Subject: Re: kern/2128: nfs v3 puts NULs in files when using >> in sh configure scripts
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Frank van der Linden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/26/1996 10:01:50
Quoting John Kohl,
> I have a configure script which is consistently generating files with
> some NULs in them when writing to an NFS v3 mounted disk (from another
> NetBSD/i386-current server on the same ethernet).
> When I use NFS v2, it does not generate the NULs but generates the
> proper output file.
> The NUL output appears twice, just before 8k and just before 16k (as if
> it is mistakenly filling out the end of a block).
> When I change the blocksize to 1k, I get more runs of NULs which
> zero-fill to the end of a 1k-aligned block.
I can test this with the same setup, so.. could you perhaps somehow
create an environment for me to recreate this bug, so I can work on
it (although I don't have much time today (monday) unfortunately :-()
Also, if you kill all nfsiods before running the configure script,
does it work correctly then?