NFS == lock && reboot
chris# at 1command.com
Wed Apr 4 11:14:32 UTC 2007
Quoting Ruben van Staveren <ruben at verweg.com>:
> Chris H. wrote:
>> # uname -a
>> FreeBSD host.domain.tld 6.2-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE #0: Fri Jan 26
>> 16:27:14 PST 2007
>> Does anyone know when NFS and friends will be working again? I haven't
>> been able
>> to /safely/ use it from 4.8 on. I remember some talk on the list
>> sometime ago and
>> then it seemed to be resolved, as the discussion ended. So I thought
>> it was
>> fixed. Seems not. :(
>> # cp /path/to/approx/10Mb/file /host/path/to/dest/dir/
>> Fatal double fault
>> eis 0x0blah
>> eiblah blah0x
>> panic double fault
>> no dump device defined
>> rebooting in 15sec...
> You might want to try to configure a dump device, or as a last resort,
> take a picture of the crash and put that on your site
Greetings, and thank you for your reply.
FWIW it was only 4 lines, each beginning with ei followed by their hex values.
Like I said originally, I can crash it at will. If the "ei" lines make the
difference, I can crash it and write them down. The values aren't that long.
I hate to crash it, but it's crashed so many times while experimenting
in an effort to find a way (KLUDGE) to get around it, I've got more salvaged
inodes in lost+found than I have files on an entire FreeBSD install.
Point being; if it /really/ makes the difference to have the "ei" values,
I'll just crash it and record them to post here.
It just seems that this /type/ of output would be an indicator to "those
in the know" as to where I need to go about overcoming this - assuming it's
on my end and not in the 6x i386/sys source.
>> Hmmm... that's not good. :(
>> I can't remember all the "ei*" numbers between the Fatal and panic lines,
>> BUT I /can/ reproduce this at will - I simply need to copy a file larger
>> than a few k to a mounted host. Yes, this /does/ happen /every/ time.
>> Any and all help with this will be /GREATLY/ appreciated.
>> Thank you for all your time and consideration in this matter.
panic: kernel trap (ignored)
FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE-p12 (SMP - 900x2) Tue Mar 7 19:37:23 PST 2006
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