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Re: mount/umount in autofs keeps locking up (is it fam?)



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On Thursday 10 June 2004 21:18, Paul Raines wrote:
> We have a rather large autofs setup at our site with four different
> maps/mountpoints and one them being quite large with >1000 entries.
> However, on any one box rarely will over 20 mounts be used at once.
>
> We recently installed a FC2 box and everything works fine until somebody
> starts up a KDE application.  Soon after that we will notice automounting
> stops working and several NFS mounts are unresponsive.  Doing a 'ps'
> shows several 'mount' and 'umount' process hung in the 'D' state.
> Looking at the kernel log I find:
>
> Badness in interruptible_sleep_on at kernel/sched.c:1927
> Call Trace:

I saw this from using CIFS, and I also saw a note about it in a Bugzilla entry 
saying that this was a debug message added by Arjan IIRC.  Therefore this is 
coming out of the particular kernel version you are using.  See if you can 
get an updated kernel from Arjan's place

http://people.redhat.com/arjanv/2.6/RPMS.kernel/

That may or may not help, but the main news is I don't think this is NFS 
specific.

- -Andy

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