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Hi - Just upgraded from 2.6.21-1.3228.fc7, and now seeing problems with NFS. I originally believed the problem was with the automounter, but it looks like it might be NFS instead. Rebooting with the old kernel solves the problem. In this example, I'll create a new mountpoint, and try to mount my home directory. The directory is being served from a SUN Cluster 2.1 server. # rm -rf /h # mkdir -p /h/jminer # mount superfly:/superfly/vol02/home/jminer /h/jminer mount.nfs: /h/jminer is already mounted or busy # echo $? 32 Now, if I try to mount the directory from the physical node, the mount suceeds. # mount fly_a:/superfly/vol02/home/jminer /h/jminer # echo $? 0 I saw similar problems with an earlier FC release, but it was related to either the autofs or nfs-utils package.
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