[DRBD-user] Stale NFS file handle vs. NFS-Server-README.txt

Bernd Schubert bernd-schubert at web.de
Wed Jun 9 12:29:47 CEST 2004


> What PID is fuser _supposed_ to find in this situation? There is no
> nfsd running. What exactly does "exportfs yang:/mountpoint" do? It

So in your case there are no runnings nfsd's after stopping heartbeat?


I just tested fuser on another server:

coulomb:~ # mount |grep worka
/dev/md2 on /worka type reiserfs (rw)

coulomb:~ # ps ax |grep nfsd
  458 ?        SW    44:21 [nfsd]
  459 ?        SW    44:14 [nfsd]
[snip]

coulomb:~ # exportfs |grep worka
/worka        	129.206.21.0/255.255.255.0


coulomb:~ # fuser -m /worka/
coulomb:~ # 

coulomb:~ # fuser -m /dev/md2 
coulomb:~ # 

So even with running nfs-daemons fuser doesn't find anything.

Anyway I really believe that nfs should be stopped from the nfs-kernel-server 
script and so I think this is a debian bug, in the next days I will therefore 
contact the nfs and hearbeat maintainer. 

Cheers,
	Bernd



-- 
Bernd Schubert
Physikalisch Chemisches Institut / Theoretische Chemie
Universität Heidelberg
INF 229
69120 Heidelberg
e-mail: bernd.schubert at pci.uni-heidelberg.de


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