[GE users] Installing 6.2u4 with BDB spooling on NFSv4
marco.donauer at sun.com
Fri Dec 4 18:33:44 GMT 2009
we tested it with different linux distributions. The configuration was
always solaris server, linux client.
Some of our supporter did same testing and they ran in permanent
problems. I'm not if a really new linux used for server and client
has these problems two. I tried on my private linux box Open SuSe 11,
did a export and a local mount as nfsv4, this made no problems, the same
machine as server and client. So perhaps it's possible to find any
configuration which is working.
That's the reason why I'm interested in.
I forgot to write, with our next release this filesystem type check is
> On Fri, 4 Dec 2009 at 7:49am, dom wrote
>> are you running it on Linux?
>> If yes, until our last test, linux had massive problems with nfsv4
>> mounted files systems.
>> It was not stable and the mount are gone from one second to another or
>> we permission denied errors.
> Well, there are a lot of variables there. Are you talking Linux as the
> NFS client, server, or both? What distributions were you using?
> And, of course, this is why I'm testing.
>> For sge we had a bug in our filesystem type detection. For this we are
>> using a binary called fstype which can be found
>> in the utilbin/arch directory. If you know that your nfsv4 is working,
>> then you can deactivate this filesystem type check within the
>> installation script.
> OK, so this sounds like a known bug. Thanks. The other workaround, of
> course, was to install the spooldb to a local filesystem during the
> install, and then move it over to the NFS server post-install and change
> the bootstrap file to point at the new location.
>> I'm very interested in your experience with nfsv4.
> I'll keep you posted.
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