No soln, but this may be relevant..
last article in that ..
On Tue, 4 Jan 2000, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 04, 2000 at 12:12:50PM -0000, Jakma, Paul mentioned:
> > > Wierd one. Looks like an NFS client side problem in 2.3.35.
> > looks more like a server problem
>> OK, but why just one client ? Why just one version of Linux with this
> problem ?
>> > but something internal to knfsd went wrong?? getfh == get filehandle??
>> Yeah, Seems older servers had some problem when there was more than one
> export from the one filesystem.
>> > exportfs -ar
> > if that doesn't work try restarting nfs on the server.
> > last resort: unexport home, stop nfs, unmount home, remount then re-export
> > home, start nfs.
>> Heh. Not likely :) Maybe this evening.
>> > > recent knfs-clients or something ? (it's on a RH 6.1+updates system).
> > knfs-clients is now called nfs-utils i think.. available from cvs.
>> Still, the server is running the stock redhat kernel that came with 6.1 -
> shouldn't be *that* many problems.
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