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Re: [Linux-cluster] GFS+NFS+KDE

I've found KDE + NFS home directory problems were cleared up when the NFS client
options were changed from hard locking to soft locking.

At this point KDE worked better (i.e. worked at all).

Not sure about Firefox though.



On Fri Feb 20  6:04 , Corey Kovacs  sent:

>Up until I upgraded my cluster nodes to RHEL5.3, I was able to use KDE
>with nfs based home dirs off of a GFS1 export. I have never been able
>to get firefox 3.x to run acceptably at all. After the upgrade, KDE
>stopped working altogether and firefox still doesn't work. They both
>work with local users just fine. KDE it seems requires that it's lock
>can be guaranteed and firefox 3.x has issues with things going across
>NFS due to sqllite issues. The sqllite issues were supposed to be
>fixed but it still doesn't work in my setup.
>My question is simply what can I do, if anything, to improve this. Are
>others seeing the same issues? I am trying to get this cluster into
>production but if it means that half of the apps that people use are
>not going to work, then there is little point in inflicting this on
>the users.
>Any help is appreciated.
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