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Re: Mounting an exported XFS partition on HP/UX 11.00 error

To: mgadams@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Mark G. Adams)
Subject: Re: Mounting an exported XFS partition on HP/UX 11.00 error
From: Tad Dolphay <tbd@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 09:56:46 -0500 (CDT)
Cc: linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
In-reply-to: <01091910061409.06173@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> from "Mark G. Adams" at Sep 19, 2001 10:06:14 AM
Sender: owner-linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx
> 
> Greetings.
> 
> I've got a Linux box running the SGI-modified RedHat 7.1. Kernel is 
> 2.4.3-SGI_XFS_1.0.1smp. I'm exporting one of the xfs partitions via NFS, and 
> trying to mount it on an HP/UX 11.00 machine.
> 
> The HP machine is able to mount nfs-exported ext2 partitions from another 
> identical Linux box w/o a problem. However, when I try to mount a 
> nfs-exported xfs partition, it is inaccessible after mounting. No error is 
> returned while mounting, and I don't see an error in the Linux box's log.
> ---------
> # mount -F nfs -o hard,intr,rw tux:/u/rd/mga /mnt
> # ls mnt
> mnt unreadable
> # df
> df: open of tux:/u/rd/mga failed
> /home                (/dev/vg00/lvol5     ):    36336 blocks      4840 i-nodes
> /opt                 (/dev/vg00/lvol6     ):   251108 blocks     33466 i-nodes
> /tmp                 (/dev/vg00/lvol4     ):    96272 blocks     12819 i-nodes
> /u                   (/dev/vg01/lvol1     ):  4007190 blocks    534166 i-nodes
> /usr                 (/dev/vg00/lvol7     ):   130354 blocks     17297 i-nodes
> /var                 (/dev/vg00/lvol8     ):   412596 blocks     54813 i-nodes
> /stand               (/dev/vg00/lvol1     ):    99986 blocks     13404 i-nodes
> /                    (/dev/vg00/lvol3     ):   175136 blocks     23344 i-nodes
> ---------
> 
> I am able to mount and access the partition if I specify vers=2 as one of the 
> mount options. However, then I see the following behaviour: when any user 
> tries to log into the HP machine, the login hangs for almost 1 minute. If I 
> do a 'ps -elf' while somebody's logging in, I see that /usr/bin/quota's 
> running for that user, and presumably that's what's hanging.
> 
> Anybody have any ideas/suggestions?
> 

Anything interesting from tcpdump when you do the df?

For example:
  tcpdump -s 300 ip host <client> and <server>

Tad


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