Are there any errors in the Ganesha log?
Also, what is the client side mount command? And just to make sure, they aren't trying to mount from the same host running Ganesha?
To verify you can run cthon04 lock tests over an NFSv3 mount to the server.
Check the sockets before and after with this:
netstat -eap | grep `pidof ganesha.nfsd`
Crosscheck with looking at the open files before and after:
ls -l /proc/`pidof ganesha.nfsd`/fd
You can correlate the sockets with the fds
We expect to not see than a few udp sockets (rquotad if that is running, nfs, and maybe 2 others). With the bug not fixed, the cthon04 lock tests should result in a bunch of open sockets that may be labeled as statd.
I should have been not so lazy...
To run the lock tests:
[root@dhcp35-93 cthon04]# ./server -lf -o vers=3 -p /arbiter-vol -m /arbiter-vol -N 1 dhcp35-100.lab.eng.blr.redhat.com
It would also be good to verify the socket output before/after cthon04 without the fix.