On Sunday 27 February 2005 06:12, Eric Warnke <eric(a)snowmoon.com> wrote:
Russell Coker wrote:
> I am doing some tests on a kickstart install of RHEL4 and discovered a
> problem with my NFS server, after a large amount of data being
> transferred it will lock up the ethernet interface and refuse to talk to
> the NFS client until the interface has been deconfigured with "ifconfig
> down" and then configured again.
Have you investigated plain old hardware problems on the nfs client and
server. You should never have to re-config the interface to get it to
start working again.
True, there are obviously some issues with the server, and I will be
investigating them ASAP. But in the mean time the client doesn't seem to be
operating in the way I expect.
Alexandre has posted a message that might explain the problem, although I'm
surprised that a machine with 256M of RAM would want to discard executable
pages from the X binary on an install.
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