NAS + NFS
knuffie at xs4all.nl
Tue Apr 30 12:02:01 CDT 2002
On 30 Apr 2002, Sean McAvoy wrote:
> I first noticed the problem with NFS, then when I did a kernel compile
> (very disk intensive) it produced the same results. I wiped the system
> and reloaded it with ext3, and have had no problems at all.I assume you
> are running RedHat? If so the problem would seem to be with either the
> XFS patch or the highmem in the kernel, and not just a Debian patch
> specific bug.
We are advising people to use the 1.1 release if they encounter problems
of any kind. A lot of stuff is fixed in 1.1 since 1.0.2, chances are that
they might fix the problem. If the problems persist they should contact
the list linux-xfs at oss.sgi.com.
If you are having highmem lockups chances are that the Andrea kernels
(which have XFS support) do not have this problems. He is a VM developer
afterall. The drawback is that this kernel is based on 2.4.19-pre at the
moment. If that is a problem for you.
> On Tue, 2002-04-30 at 11:21, Jochen Garcke wrote:
> > On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 10:54:06AM -0400, Sean McAvoy wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > > I've had some problems lately with the highmem option enabled and XFS.
> > > Do you have any system with XFS and highmem (4gb+ RAM) enabled, and if
> > > so have you had any odd crashing problems? Thanks!
> > We have a machine with 5gb, using XFS and highmem with kernel 2.4.18 the machine
> > crashes when big (at least >50MB) files get put on the machine via nfs.
> > Don't know right now if I tested also locally...
> > Running right now is kernel 2.4.9-31 with xfs and highmem and in this
> > configuration we had till now no problems.
> > Jochen
> > --
> > Jochen Garcke mail: jochen at garcke.de
> > Institut fuer Angewandte Mathematik, Uni Bonn wissrech.iam.uni-bonn.de
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