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Nfsd starting 90-second grace period centos

Aug 14,  · Welcome to easystreetmarket.com, a friendly and active Linux Community. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. It looks like the NFS client is failing to renew it's session and being forced to wait for the 90 second grace period. Resolution The purpose of the grace period is to give the clients enough time to notice that the server has rebooted, and to reclaim their existing locks without danger of . Jun 04,  · May 12 aim-seadragon systemd: Starting NFS server and services May 12 aim-seadragon kernel: NFSD: starting second grace period (net ffffffffe07c0) May 12 aim-seadragon systemd: Started NFS server and services.

Nfsd starting 90-second grace period centos

If the NFS service on the server with the export is restarted, there is a Note: Even though this is the correct configuration for modifying NFSv4 grace time on service start The delay is because of a 90 second grace period. I'm getting this error on boot: Code: mail kernel: [ ] [ ] NFSD: starting second grace period (net ffffffffd). BoxB kernel: NFSD: starting second grace period (net . What does look strange in your output when starting NFS - is this below line =2,sec= sys,mountaddr=,mountvers=3,mountport=,mountproto=udp, local_lock=none,addr=) . CentOS isn't up-to-date. i.e. with all machines stopped, start the server only (no clients) then shutdown the server - produces NFSD: starting second grace period. I have CentOS x86_64 NFS server exporting file systems to Nov 18 49 nfssrv1 kernel: NFSD: starting second grace period. I configured nfs client and server on , and I am able to manually Aug 8 lamp kernel: NFSD: starting second grace period.1. Anything up to easystreetmarket.com starting with easystreetmarket.com Several of the systems utilize DRBD for HA, some do not (ruling out DRBD). All systems utilize LVM. In all cases, NFS seems to cause an I/O deadlock on the exported XFS . It looks like the NFS client is failing to renew it's session and being forced to wait for the 90 second grace period. Resolution The purpose of the grace period is to give the clients enough time to notice that the server has rebooted, and to reclaim their existing locks without danger of . Jun 04,  · May 12 aim-seadragon systemd: Starting NFS server and services May 12 aim-seadragon kernel: NFSD: starting second grace period (net ffffffffe07c0) May 12 aim-seadragon systemd: Started NFS server and services. If that's right, then you should be able to turn off both boxes, then start BoxA and then BoxB, and the mount should still start up OK. If I'm right here, then I think the logs on BoxA are more to the point than those from BoxB which you've shared with us. Nov 04,  · Posted: Sat Nov 04, pm Post subject: NFSD: starting second grace period: When I mount my nfs share, the server's dmesg says: Code: NFSD: starting second grace period: And it takes 90 seconds for the nfs share to mount. but there is just a 90 second time out. Back to top: dambacher Apprentice Joined: 11 Feb Posts: Aug 14,  · Welcome to easystreetmarket.com, a friendly and active Linux Community. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

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