Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 486349
nfsclient.sh leaves temporary files /tmp/nfsclient-status-cache-$$
Last modified: 2016-04-26 10:30:55 EDT
Description of problem:
Nodes running NFS services get /tmp filled of temporary nfsclient-status-cache-$$ files.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Locate an NFS service on a cluster node
2. ls -lart /tmp
A file named /tmp/nfsclient-status-cache-$$ is created once per minute.
No temporary files left on /tmp.
Created attachment 332557 [details]
The right check to remove temporary files seems to be "$OCF_RESKEY_use_cache" instead of "OCF_RESKEY_service_name".
Pushed to master; not pushed to RHEL5/STABLE2/STABLE3 yet.
Pushed to RHEL5 branch
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This bug is also present under RHEL 4 even with the latest RHEL 4 rgmanager (rgmanager-1.9.87-1.el4). Can you please advise as to when an updated package for RHEL 4 will be available that fixes this annoying bug.
(In reply to comment #9)
> This bug is also present under RHEL 4 even with the latest RHEL 4 rgmanager
> (rgmanager-1.9.87-1.el4). Can you please advise as to when an updated package
> for RHEL 4 will be available that fixes this annoying bug.
Please see bug # 506152. This bug should be fixed in the next release of RHEL4
I'm still seeing this issue on a RHEL4u8 server, that was patched about 30ish days ago. My rgmanager version is:rgmanager-1.9.87-1.el4_8.1. Are there any workarounds or patches available?
(In reply to comment #12)
> I'm still seeing this issue on a RHEL4u8 server, that was patched about 30ish
> days ago. My rgmanager version is:rgmanager-1.9.87-1.el4_8.1. Are there any
> workarounds or patches available?
Please see comment #10 which links to bug # 572632