Bug 1461 - NFS disconnecting and Causing Files to mix together
Summary: NFS disconnecting and Causing Files to mix together
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Status: CLOSED WORKSFORME
Alias: None
Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: nfs-server
Version: 5.2
Hardware: i386
OS: Linux
high
high
Target Milestone: ---
Assignee: David Lawrence
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TreeView+ depends on / blocked
 
Reported: 1999-03-09 22:23 UTC by milam
Modified: 2008-05-01 15:37 UTC (History)
1 user (show)

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Doc Type: Bug Fix
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Last Closed: 1999-04-08 17:51:41 UTC


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Description milam 1999-03-09 22:23:42 UTC
I was using Caldera 1.1 on my server for a while and the
nfs worked just perfect.  I have put Redhat 5.2 on the
server now and replaced a bad quantum drive with a Seagate
ST118273U as the boot drive (not sure if that has anything
to do with it, but only other variable that changed than
OS).

Now NFS disconnects several times in a day, and some of the
files that are being transfered over nfs are getting
intermittantly mixed together, as well as adding other
characters.

The Message on the /var/log/messages related to the nfsd
are (for only 2 days):

Mar  8 22:39:52 lion nfsd[18476]: strange write req from
cheetah.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 0
Mar  8 22:53:05 lion nfsd[25256]: non-standard errno: 18
(Invalid cross-device link)
Mar  8 22:54:22 lion nfsd[25256]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  8 22:54:58 lion nfsd[25256]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  8 23:00:27 lion nfsd[25256]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  8 23:05:31 lion nfsd[25256]: strange write req from
cheetah.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 4294967295
Mar  8 23:08:10 lion nfsd[27644]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  8 23:29:13 lion nfsd[27644]: strange write req from
jaguar.dmc.com: count 8192 len 7756
Mar  8 23:29:43 lion nfsd[27644]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  8 23:30:13 lion nfsd[27644]: strange write req from
jaguar.dmc.com: count 8192 len 7756
Mar  9 09:20:26 lion nfsd[30977]: strange write req from
cheetah.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 0
Mar  9 09:28:23 lion nfsd[17809]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 11:29:59 lion nfsd[17809]: strange write req from
tiggr.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 4294967295
Mar  9 11:42:12 lion nfsd[22834]: strange write req from
tiggr.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 4294967295
Mar  9 14:33:40 lion nfsd[22997]: strange write req from
panther.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 4294967295
Mar  9 14:35:57 lion nfsd[23377]: strange write req from
panther.dmc.com: count 4294967295 len 4294967295
Mar  9 14:37:37 lion nfsd[23418]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:38:19 lion nfsd[23458]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:39:47 lion nfsd[23499]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:39:47 lion nfsd[23499]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:40:27 lion nfsd[23541]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:44:08 lion nfsd[23743]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:44:33 lion nfsd[23784]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)
Mar  9 14:46:14 lion nfsd[23824]: non-standard errno: 14
(Bad address)

Comment 1 milam 1999-03-09 22:28:59 UTC
Using default kernel 2.0.36

Comment 2 David Lawrence 1999-04-08 17:51:59 UTC
I have not been able to duplicate this error on a test machine with a
standard install of 5.2.


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