[Bug 604314] Re: Kernel deadlock when running programs from aufs over squashfs
Anton S. Ustyuzhanin
kit at miras.edu.kz
Sat Jul 24 03:17:11 UTC 2010
>1) If I entirely disable nbd-proxy, and add the --persist option to nbd-client, the problem goes away.
>2) The problem also seems to arise only if the client has to go over a couple of switches and routers to reach the server. Clients that are plugged into the same switch as the server do not seem affected.
I didn't try to disable nbd-proxy, and add the --persist option to nbd-
client, but i switched to nfs+aufs on thin client. The situatuion is
same. If thin client plugged into server's switch - it works perfectly,
but in next switches thin client aren't boot. Nevertheless thin clients
in same network topology (couple of switches) are boot perfectly with
LTSP on ubuntu 9.10 and early. Problem appears only on LTSP of 10.04
Kernel deadlock when running programs from aufs over squashfs
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