Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
Hello list, I am working with an idential pair of boxes running debian squeeze and have followed howto's to configure them up as master/slave replicated with drbd + heartbeat. For the most part, everything works, replication is happening, I can shut down the primary and the file system is still available and I can go back and forth. However, after a switch, I get 'stale nfs file handle' errors for any files being written to at the time the switch happens but this appears to be only for those files any any new files touched/created have no such issue. I have 'fsid=1' in both /etc/exports. I am mounting the nfs server with UDP. I have /var/lib/nfs on the shared file system. I have -t servername on my rpc options. I have rechecked all of these on both servers. The file system in question is an LVM volume (/dev/vg00/replicated) containing a btrfs file system. I have looked at every google result about this issue and nothing has seemed to help. I've changed the nfs-kernel-server script to kill with -9 and I removed the 'exportfs -au' lines as well. No dice. Any help out there? Thanks. Mike-