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Date:      Wed, 12 Jan 2005 08:54:08 -0800 (PST)
From:      Mohan Srinivasan <mohan_srinivasan@yahoo.com>
To:        Daniel Eriksson <daniel_k_eriksson@telia.com>, freebsd-current@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: NFS problems, locking up
Message-ID:  <20050112165408.95051.qmail@web80602.mail.yahoo.com>
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Daniel,

Can you force a core and point me at the core ?

mohan

--- Daniel Eriksson <daniel_k_eriksson@telia.com> wrote:

> 
> I'm still having problems with NFS locking up when moving large amounts of
> data over it on 6-CURRENT from 2005.01.11.05.00.00. This problem has
> persisted for a long time now, and the only thing that seems to cure it is
> running the network stack with giant enabled (debug.mpsafenet=0).
> 
> When it happens, the process doing the copying ends up in "nfsaio" state
> according to ps. Any accesses to the locked mount by other processes ends up
> waiting forever in state "nfs". I have multiple file systems mounted from
> the same server, and only the mount where the data is being moved locks up.
> The others continue to work as expected.
> 
> Server: UP, 6-CURRENT from 2005.01.11.05.00.00, if_vr (POLLING)
> Client: SMP (dual AMD MP), 6-CURRENT from 2005.01.11.05.00.00, if_em
> 
> The machines are connected with a crossover cable. I've tried both
> schedulers (4BSD and ULE) on the client, but it doesn't make any difference
> (server is running 4BSD). PREEMPTION is enabled on both server and client.
> ADAPTIVE_GIANT is enabled on the client.
> 
> /Daniel Eriksson
> 
> 
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