On Tue, 2018-11-13 at 09:16 +0000, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
On Tue, 2018-11-13 at 08:17 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 11/13/18 7:33 AM, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > Following up on this last, I wondered if the problem could be NFS-
> > related. I have an NFS volume only used for backup and mounted from my
> > NAS, so tried using 'fuser' to pin down what could be using it, but
> > 'fuser' itself just sat there with no results. Curiouser and
> > I masked out the NFS mount from /etc/fstab and rebooted. I've now been
> > running for 48 hours with no freezes or hangs, so I'm tentatively
> > calling this an NFS bug. I might try re-enabling it using automount
> > just for kicks.
> > Not sure what else I can provide to BZ to make it debuggable, as
> > plasmashell seems to be the only thing that triggers it.
> I've got 4 NFS mounts on one system and 1 NFS mount on another. In the case of
> mount it is actually on a system using an IPv6 tunnel and the mount is done on IPv6.
> means the network path is from Taiwan, through the US, and back to Taiwan. (This is
> for testing).
> Neither of my systems are having any freezes and both are up 24/7.
> I use...
> nfs4 rw,soft,fg,x-systemd.automount
> in my fstab
Thanks Ed. My entry is:
nfs user,rw,async,comment=systemd.mount 0 0
I'll try using your parameters and see what happens. The NAS is an old
device, probably with NFS3 (or even 2).
Nope, just froze again. This is with your options but I don't think