On Apr 16, 2017 1:14 AM, "Eyal Lebedinsky" <fedora@eyal.emu.id.au> wrote:
I asked on AskFedora and got no response. Hoping this list is more active.

I have a f24 workstation (nfs client). It is updated regularly.
The server is f19, so no updates there.

A problem started in the last few weeks. When I examine a file on the server it
looks OK. The file is updated every minute (collecting some stats) and 'tail' shows
the added lines as they arrive.

Examining the same file from the workstation is initially OK, but then, as the file
grows, I get binary zeroes at the end of the file. The same with tail, less, vi, etc.
The amount of zeroes seems to be the size of the extra data appended to the file.
'ls' shows the actual (full) size of the file. It looks like the utilities see the
correct size but bad data is delivered at the tail.

After a few minutes the full data is showing but then, as the file grows, again I get
zeroes for a few minutes.

Where do I look next?


Eyal Lebedinsky (eyal@eyal.emu.id.au)
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What does your export config look like?