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Re: [Linux-cluster] NFS + GFS = kernel panic



Thanks, tried that, but we have Mac's that insist on locking.  The
only way to get NFS locking is with the kernel NFS daemon.

I do have more on the assertion:

"(tmp_gh->gh_flags & GL_LOCAL_EXCL) || !(gh->gh_flags & GL_LOCAL_EXCL)"
on line 1366 of fs/gfs/glock.c

Is this related to locks from NFS being sent through to the GFS
locking code?

On Tue, Nov 30, 2004 at 11:05:10PM +0100, Arnaud Gauthier wrote:
> Le mardi 30 Novembre 2004 21:32, Brynnen R Owen a écrit :
> 
> > kernel.org.  Things seem to run fine until NFS is used.  NFS appears
> > to work for a bit, but either after a few hours or when there is a
> > known stale NFS handle, the kernel panics with (Sorry, only a fragment
> > of the error)
> 
> I used unfsd (NFS v3 in user space) without any trouble with GFS & latest 
> kernel 2.6.9. But kernel level NFS was not stable. I found the same issue 
> with ogfs or older CVS versions of GFS (with kernel 2.6.7).
> 
> Hope this can help you as a workaround :-)
> 
> Regards,
> Arnaud
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