> >>>>> " " == Stephan von Krawczynski <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Trond: can you please tell me in short, what the common case
> > (or your guess) is why I see this stale file handles on the
> > client side. I am going to try and find out myself what the
> > problem with reiserfs is here, it gets a bit on my nerves
> > now. Do you suspect the fs to drop some inodes under the
> > nfs-server?
> Hold on thar: are you using nfs-server (a.k.a. unfsd) or are you using
This is a knfsd setup.
> The client will only return ESTALE if the server has first told it to
> do so. For knfsd, this is only supposed to occur if the file has
> actually been deleted on the server (knfsd is supposed to be able to
> retrieve ReiserFS file that have fallen out of cache).
The files are obviously not deleted from the server. Can you give me a short
hint in where to look after this specific case (source location). I will try to
do some debugging around the place to see what is going on.
Thank you for your help
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