> On Fri, Dec 28, 2001 at 01:29:17AM +0000, Tony Hoyle wrote:
>>Kernel 2.4.17, gcc-2.95.4, mount 2.11n
>>nfs clients seem to hang when ipv6 is on the machine. No idea why...
>>the mount process gets stuck in 'D' state and the only way out is to
>>If I remove ipv6 from the box & perform exactly the same operations then
>>it works perfectly. The mount is definately using the ipv4 address (I
>>don't think the portmapper/nfsd is ipv6 enabled anyway).
> Not really sure about this:
> I'm at work using SuSE 7.2 wich is shipped with a native IpV6 support
> and our nfs client / server works almost perfectly ( with low testing on
> gigabit ethernet machines I've got 26 MB/sec)
It started working after I did a 'make mrproper' on both the client &
server and recompiled. Still no idea why it broke in the first place..
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