Re: reiser4 + loop + NFS = disaster.
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On 05/22/11 21:51, Edward Shishkin wrote:
It looks like the Zen kernel is a complete piece of rubble, you're right. It shows many other reiser4 related problems with systemrescuecd doesn't. There're a lot of non-reiser4 related issues too.On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 4:59 PM, dE<de.techno@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 05/22/11 16:34, Edward Shishkin wrote:On 05/22/2011 05:13 AM, dE wrote:On 05/21/11 22:01, Edward Shishkin wrote:On 05/21/2011 06:09 PM, dE wrote:I've been trying to loop mount reiser4 which resides on a file on an exported NFS partition, it mounts fine but when copying a lot of small files inside a complex directory tree everything just hangs all of a sudden, in fact the whole share hangs. Any operation on the share (including bash completion) will hang bash (or in that case any application) completely. Doing the same will work with any other FS. Parameters for reiser4 -which kernel is on NFS server? Thanks, Edward.2.6.32-debian.Could you please upgrade to the latest one (.38)? I remember there were some problems with loop devices over reiser4 files that have been fixed. Thanks, Edward.Humm.. does it matter? It's just a server (it doesn't even have reiser4 support). The client matters, that's 37.From your message I have understood that you export a file which is on reiser4 partition. Anyway, I don't consider complaints on -zen stuff. Perhaps this is problem in reiser4, but it would be better to make sure that it is reproducible in the configuration vanilla kernel 2.6.38 + reiser4-for-2.6.38.patch. Thanks, Edward.Client is 2.6.37-zen (Gentoo)create=ccreg40,compress=gzip1,compressMode=force,fibration=lexic_fibre,formatting=tails"formatting=tails" makes sense only for default file plugin (creg40). Thanks, Edward.
Speaking of which I was wondering about switching directly to 2.6.39, is a patch for 39 on the horizon?
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