Kernel upgrade from 1.1.59 -> 1.1.73 Kills NFS

Kernel upgrade from 1.1.59 -> 1.1.73 Kills NFS

Post by Bill Yo » Tue, 10 Jan 1995 23:14:09



Hullo, I have installed slackware 2.10 and recently tried upgrading
the 1.1.59 kernel to 1.1.73 but alas, the nfs (networking perhaps)
died in the translation.  I get "server timeouts" but no messages in
/usr/adm...

Is there a debugging flag I should set?

Has anyone else seen this problem with the 1.1.7* kernels?

bill
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William York

 
 
 

1. NFS mount no-go after upgrade 1.1.59 => 1.1.95 kernel

Short problem:

Upgraded kernel from 1.1.59 (slackware) distribution to 1.1.95 (compiled my
own) and wasn't able to mount my diskspace on our Sun (OS 4.x) system.
Netdate doesn't work anymore either. Our own Linux fileserver however
happily serves away with her new kernel and I can mount her filesystems.
I've tried new network software, but this doesn't solve the problem.

Something goes wrong after the authorisation of the NFS mount. Anyone have
suggestions?

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