Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 509600
NFS mounts are dropped after suspend and resume
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:27:57 EDT
Description of problem:
NFS mounts are not restored after suspend
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Mount using NFS from any server
Network reconnects, NFS mounts are not preserved
All NFS mounts are remounted, with errors if that can't be done
An NFS mount is durable enough to survive a server reboot, certainly the client should be able to suspend and resume without losing all connections. The network comes back up correctly, so this is not due to network failure.
Re-assigning to nfs-utils component. nfswatch is not involved in nfs mounting or suspend/resume activities.
Is there any messages in /var/log/message telling why the
file system are being unmounted?
Created attachment 365598 [details]
Message log from FC12 beta
Log from FC12 beta on x86_64 showing info present after suspend / resume dropped the NFS mounted filesystem.
Not much there talking about NFS...
So the file systems are still mounted, meaning
they do exist in /proc/mounts?
If so, what happens when you access them? Is
anything being logged about not being to access
Created attachment 404237 [details]
/proc/mounts before suspend
The post-suspend file is next
Created attachment 404238 [details]
mounts after resume - nfs mount on /mnt/10space is gone
This shows the problem
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