I'll ask what kernels for the sake of asking it ....
Are you getting Stale NFS Handle errors or just mount errors?
On Tue, 24 Jul 2001, kevin lyda wrote:
> ok, i have a laptop (planet) that mounts it's /home off of a server
> (inle) with these options: rw,bg,intr. the following scenario has an
> unhappy ending:
>> o put planet to sleep.
> o shut down inle
> o wait several days
> o bring inle up
> o wake planet (big alarm clock, natch)
>> at this point /home on planet is mounted but returns errors. if i log
> out and then log in as root umount and mount /home (/home is listed as
> inle:/home in the fstab) and then log back in then /home is happy
> once again.
>> however, in that scenario i'm just as well shutting the laptop down
>> if i just put planet to sleep w/o shutting down inle and then wake planet
> back up it's fine (though i haven't done it as long).
>> why does /home come up unusable - does it deal with rpc.mountd on inle?
> what can i do to tweak nfs (server|client) to do what i want?
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