Re: NFS Buffering

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Simon Andrews <simon.andrews <at> bbsrc.ac.uk> writes:

> ... 

Hi,
thanks.

> It looks like the nfs daemon is caching write data (around 2GB of it) 
> which lets scp think its finished when actually there's loads of data 
> sitting in a write buffer.  The hanging is presumably the time it takes 
> to flush the buffer (there is a process called nfsiod which is active 
> during this time and df shows data is still be

Your nfs client is a Fedora 13.
Can you tell me what nfsiod is and where is came from ?
Can you see it ?
$ ps aux | grep -i nfsiod


JB


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