On 7 Feb 2006, at 16:05, Kevin Philp wrote:
> On Tuesday 7 February 2006 15:21, Paul Jakma wrote:
>> On Tue, 7 Feb 2006, Kevin Philp wrote:
>>> We have made some changes to the NFS setup. But it still takes goes
>>> on slowdowns every now and then... sometimes fine and then goes to
>>> sleep. Looking at the setup on the desktop I notice IPV6 is enabled
>>> - is this likely to be messing up my routing? We don't use IPV6.
Its not an ipv6 issue.
>>>> Unlikely, Linux NFS doesn't support IPv6.
>>>> Which Linux version do you use btw?
>>>> Have you tried the previous suggestions? (mount with tcp
>> particularly). Also export with no_subtree_check on any volumes which
>> do /not/ have other filesystems mounted under the export point.
Assuming you have tried the suggested rsize, wsize 8192 values, all
the nfs options as previously suggested. You may be looking in the
Does KDE run locally or remotely?
Are the systems up2date with urmpi?
If not then do it and see what happens.
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