Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 24984
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2019/01/22 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2002/6/5 [Computer/SW/Unix] UID:24984 Activity:high
6/3     anyone had problems with a Redhat 7.3 NFS client and a Solaris 8 NFS
        server with the Client flooding Server with packets?
        \- dunno if this is related but see ~psb/linux-nfs-problem.
           i would try tcpdumping to see what is going on. this is a
           little tricky unless you have something nfs protocol aware. --psb
           \_ Luckily linux is only the client here. I'll try this tcpdump
           \_ snoop is NFS protocol aware. Unfortunately, it runs only on
              \_ tcpdump on redhat 7.3 is also somewhat NFS-aware.
        \_ Just saw plenty of reports like this one on,
           check it out. -akopps
           \_ Thanks! I think that's it. The same symptoms/behavior. It's
              been a painful week. (our snoops showed them as UDP packets)
        \_ As a fellow linux victim I can say linux sucks.  If this is a server
           environment and you don't specifically *need* Linux, then use *BSD
           or something else which wasn't written by a million monkeys.
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