Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 448356
Slow NFS recovy after wakeup
Last modified: 2009-07-14 11:48:25 EDT
Description of problem:
When waking up from suspend-to-ram mode (being suspended for several
hours), it needs a very long time until mounted NFS directories are
| May 24 09:55:03 sheridan hcid: Device hci0 has been activated
| May 24 09:58:00 sheridan kernel: nfs: server londo not responding, still trying
| May 24 10:00:01 sheridan kernel: nfs: server londo OK
| May 26 08:00:39 sheridan hcid: Device hci0 has been activated
| May 26 08:01:37 sheridan kernel: nfs: server londo not responding, still trying
| May 26 08:03:50 sheridan kernel: nfs: server londo OK
First entry is from a
| londo:/var/lib/nfs/root/home /home nfs nosuid,nodev
latter one from a
| londo:/var/lib/nfs/root/home /home nfs nosuid,nodev,timeo=100,retry=1
fstab line resulting into a
| londo:/var/lib/nfs/root/home /home nfs
'londo' is a 2.6.22 based NFS server running F-8 userspace.
With F-8 kernel, things were fine (/home was available after wakup
immediately) and I never got this 'not responding' messages.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I had the same problem with NFS client (Fedora 9).
NFS server: FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE
NFS client: Fedora 9 - 188.8.131.52-29.fc9.i686
Using NFS without lock works well. But we need to use the NFS lock.
Tried by bugs related lock of NFS and found:
1) bugs in the kernel
2) bugs in nfs-utils
3) bugs in tcp_wrappers (patch NIS/netgroup)
The solution was:
1) Update the kernel to the latest version (184.108.40.206-29.fc9)
2) Build and install the rpm of nfs-utils-1.1.3 from the src fedora 10 (nfs-utils-1.1.3-4.fc10.src.rpm) in the fedora 9.
3) Build and install the rpm of tcp_wrappers-7.6-53 from the src fedora 10 (tcp_wrappers-7.6-53.fc10.src.rpm) in the fedora 9.
With the steps above the lock of NFS is stable.
Andreia Pio da Silva
Another solution is for Fedora 9 is specified in the automounter map (/etc/auto.ind.home):
At the 9:04 version of Ubuntu ( 2.6.28-11-generic) problem no longer occurs.
Andreia Pio da Silva
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