The server is running:
Linux gavroche 2.5.64 #2 Fri Mar 7 20:11:43 EST 2003
The client is running:
Linux anu 2.5.64 #6 Mon Mar 17 19:08:37 EST 2003
Both are .64 + a few csets after that, but the problem was evident with
.62 or so as well. I am not confident enough to say it started then,
though, as I believe it happened with an earlier version on the client.
The client machine reports, in dmesg:
NFS: server cheating in read reply: count 4096 > recvd 1000
The 'count' value is occasionally higher, but not often, and the 'recvd'
never seems to differ from 1000.
On the client, a write or close syscall returns an error, specifically
'Input/Output Error' (from perror, so -EIO is the code).
This usually happens somewhere between one and ten hours through the
encoding of a set of DV files to MPEG2, and at different spots in the
Searching the archives shows that this problem has been seen before, but
didn't turn up anything that was a solution.
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