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Description of problem:
If you type "mount IP:/tmp /mnt", then the "tmp"-Dir is mounted at the
local "mnt"-Dir. But after it is mounted, Linux give these
Errormessage "svc: bad direction -654843943, dropping request".
Steps to Reproduce:
1.mount 192.168.1.233:/tmp /mnt
2.output:"svc: bad direction -612368099, dropping request"
Actual Results: output:"svc: bad direction -612368099, dropping request"
What is the NFS server running?
The NFS-Server runs on Redhat 7.0 System, with the standard NFS.
Can't reproduce this - a lot of our 7.x machines are nfs-exporting to other
In any case, the error message is coming from the nfs kernel module,
Jul 16 16:21:48 scriptserver kernel: svc: bad direction -612368099, dropping
This is the only message.
Hmm. What networkcard ?
Also, it could be the result of an attempt to do NFS v3, which older 7.0 kernels
didn't support. Does the mount succeed after all ? (eg the NFS v2 fallback)
netwrkadapter longshine with dec21245 Chip
The mount succeed after all, but the error messages make work impossible.
Hello to you,
now I try the Version Redhat-7.2 and the same error is happening.
Please help me!
This seems to be fixed in later kernels