> On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 06:02:31PM +0200, Trond Myklebust
>> Then I'm confused as to what you are saying. Are we talking
>> about a full NFS server crash or just a temporary 'server not
>> responding' situation? Does NFS over TCP fix it, for instance?
> Just to keep you busy.. I had thought NFS over TCP fixed
> it. It rang for a lot longer (around 50 minutes), and then did
> the following.. Looks like a different bug to my untrained
Nah. Looks like the same thing: mmapped writes followed by truncate.
TCP is likely to change the timings a bit (reliable transport means
that the race between out-of-order write and truncate is smaller, but
it is still there.
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