No, the client hungs for 15mins and then resumes it workshop
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Von: Neil Brown <[email protected]>
Gesendet: Samstag, 28. Juni 2008 12:33
An: Laurenz, Dirk <Dirk.Laurenz-/ixSogHR0HOS/[email protected]>
Cc: Oeltze, Benjamin <Benjamin.Oeltze-/ixSogHR0HOS/[email protected]>; [email protected]=
ger.kernel.org <[email protected]>
Betreff: RE: Sm-notify
On Saturday June 28, Dirk.Laurenz-/ixSogHR0HOS/[email protected] wrote:
> i, the time out is from node a to b seconds, but from node b to a 15 =
> what I saw was, that the handle changed in /var/lib/nfs/rmtab from 0x=
000002 to 0x000003 although
> the fsid is the same on both nodes.
> how can the 15minute timeout occur?
The number is rmtab (e.g. 0x000002) is like a reference count. The
fact that you sometimes see '2' and sometimes '3' is of no real
I am correct in interpreting what you say as:
When you fail over from 'a' to 'b', it does so quite quickly, but
when you then fail back from 'b' to 'a', you get a 15 minute
If not, please explain in more detail.
Why exactly are you doing this. It doesn't seem to make sense.
Did 'b' get rebooted in the interim?
It could be that you are hitting the same issue discussed here:
and in the surrounding thread.
However this has nothing to do with sm-notify.
On Sat, June 28, 2008 9:25 pm, Laurenz, Dirk wrote:
> No, the client hungs for 15mins and then resumes it workshop
Please use more words.
i.e. please explain exactly what is happening. Leaving me guessing about
the bits that your aren't specific about doesn't help anyone.