ISC 4,0 NFS clients & 2.3 server =? troubles ??

ISC 4,0 NFS clients & 2.3 server =? troubles ??

Post by Zbigniew J. Tyrl » Mon, 18 Apr 1994 09:34:05



Hello !

Setup:
server:

junior:20:23:45:~$ uname -a
SunOS junior 5.3 Generic_101318-32 sun4m sparc
junior:20:23:48:~$
Patch 101344-05 applied

junior:20:23:48:~$ share
-               /fs1/home   anon=0,ro,rw=gazpacho:wariat,root=gazpacho:wariat   ""  

client:
wariat:20:25:45:/usr/spool/news/sci/med/aids$ uname -a
wariat wariat 3.2 2 i386

If I mount exported partition from junior to wariat using:
        mount -f NFS junior:/fs1/home /mnt
                        or via automounter:
        home   -rw     junior:/fs1/home

then bad things happnes;
        editing file on a nfs-mounted partition
        ( as regular user, or as root )
        makes connection to hang cold when saving
        a file. session never returns to prompt, just
        sits.. ( it happend with vi, emacs, and ce ).

        killing session on client does nothing.
        Only reboot clears it.

Mouting partiton from junior to gazpacho (SunOS4.1.3) works
OK. Mounting partiton from wariat -> junior works OK.

Anyone have seen it ?
Where should I look at ? Is it my error or something else ?

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