Subject: Re: NFS wedging.
To: Guenther Grau <Guenther.Grau@de.bosch.com>
From: Todd Whitesel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/26/2000 05:10:52
> My experience is, that the NFS implementation in HP-UX is really bad.
oh. Except for this, it's been doing a good job for me so far.
> Wouldn't more nfsiod processes keep at least a few free for other
> NFS access (to other servers)?
Maybe, but if this can happen from 4 nfsiod's going full blast, why
have more? Recall that my rm's were running 16 wide...
> Well, the loop shouldn't be infinite, should it? It should just take
> a long time to complete. But I agree that tuning the parameters
> might help.
Sounds like I was just losing patience then. Either way I think the
remedy is "don't do that".
> And so might a different operating system on the server :-)
If I had not been expecting hp700 to come along eventually, I would
never have bought it. I rather like the HP hardware, and while I seem
to be able to tolerate Hockey Pux better than most people I know, I
still would prefer to have NetBSD on it.
(This server has a disk array so I'd get to play with RAIDFrame, whee!)
toddpw @ best.com