Bug #1310

can't mount HAMMER via NFS on linux

Added by corecode over 5 years ago. Updated over 5 years ago.

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Description

I tried mounting a HAMMER pfs (null mounted) via NFS from Linux.

Using NFSv3, the mountpoint reflects the correct owner/group and mode, but the
directory is empty (0 items).

Using NFSv2, the mountpoint is okay and directory contents appear, but doing a
listing in some directories will leave "ls" on linux hanging.

Mounting the same pfs on DragonFly (same machine, using localhost) works.

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#1 Updated by jspringe over 5 years ago

Hi,

I can confirm that.

I used NFSv2 as a workaround when I needed and it works flawlessly no ls hangs whatsoever

Yep that works here too

#2 Updated by dillon over 5 years ago

:New submission from Simon 'corecode' Schubert <>:
:
:I tried mounting a HAMMER pfs (null mounted) via NFS from Linux.
:
:Using NFSv3, the mountpoint reflects the correct owner/group and mode, but =
:the
:directory is empty (0 items).
:
:Using NFSv2, the mountpoint is okay and directory contents appear, but doin=
:g a
:listing in some directories will leave "ls" on linux hanging.
:
:Mounting the same pfs on DragonFly (same machine, using localhost) works.

HAMMER PFS exports to linux should now work, after I fixed a bug with
readdirplus on the server side.

NFSv2 is hopeless. It only has 32 bit inodes. NFSv3 must be used
when mounting HAMMER filesystems.

-Matt

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