Subject: Re: NFS hangs on 2.0 client
To: None <darcy@NetBSD.org>
From: Jeff Rizzo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/08/2005 08:15:08
D'Arcy J.M. Cain wrote:
>On Fri, 07 Jan 2005 09:45:28 -0800
>Jeff Rizzo <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I have an NFS client and NFS server both running NetBSD/i386 2.0, with
>>MP kernels. The network interfaces are both fxp (Intel 82559), and
>>they are connected by a LAN switch which appears to be operating
>>normally; non-NFS traffic appears to go correctly between the hosts,
>>and a second NetBSD/i386 box (running 2.0_BETA) is accessing (albeit
>>read-only) a share from the server without problems. The mounts are
>>all UDP. (The hanging mounts are rw, and have the "soft" and "intr"
>No answer from me but perhaps a workaround.
>thing.foo.com:/usr /thing nfs rw,-r8192,-w8192,noauto 0 0
>Does that stabilize it for you? I found that after moving to 2.0 on my
>server I was having the same problem. That fixed it.
Well, I rebooted last night with -r8192,-w8192 in each of the mounts'
options, but this morning I awoke to another hang. :-(
lychee:/usr/pkgsrc/packages/All /packages nfs ro,-r8192,-w8192 0 0
lychee:/space/distfiles /pkg_comp/distfiles nfs
rw,intr,soft,-r8192,-w8192 0 0
lychee:/space/packages-coconut /pkg_comp/packages nfs
rw,intr,soft,-r8192, -w8192 0 0
So, whatever it is, it's not the same thing. :(