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Post #1 of 11 (3279 views) Permalink nfs_statfs: statfs error = 116 Hi, sorry if OT, but what is above message trying to tell me? Where can I find a translation of the numbers? We are seeing 116 very frequently, 512 and 5 on occasion. We have a bunch of Linux clients (Dual P4, RH7.3, 2.4.20-18.7smp errata kernel) hanging off two Sun NFS Servers (Solaris 8) in a Veritas/VCS HA configuration. All of the clients show the 116 messages, while some of them show the https://access.redhat.com/solutions/26204 512 in addition. Those with the 512s seem to "hang" for some periods of time. The mounts are "vers=3,proto=tcp,hard,intr,bg". Some of them mounted at boottime, quite a few via "amd". Any ideas are welcome. Thanks Martin - To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-kernel" in the body of a message to majordomo [at] vger More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html Please http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/linux/kernel/398397 read the FAQ at http://www.tux.org/lkml/ root at chaos Nov13,2003,7:39AM Post #2 of 11 (3222 views) Permalink Re: nfs_statfs: statfs error = 116 [In reply to] On Thu, 13 Nov 2003, martin.knoblauch wrote: > Hi, > > sorry if OT, but what is above message trying to tell me? Where can I > find a translation of the numbers? We are seeing 116 very frequently, > 512 and 5 on occasion. > ESTALE is "errno" 116 EIO is "errno" 5 ERESTARTSYS is "errno" 512 You can find these in /usr/include/asm/errno.h (not good to directly include in a program). The program reporting these errors should have included: Then used... strerror(errno); or perror(""); etc. Errno 512 should never be seen by user-mode program, so the header file, /usr/include/linux/errno.h, states... ESTALE happens when a mounted file-system is on a server that went down or re-booted. The file-handles are then "stale". EIO is a general catch-all for an I/O error. ERESTARTSYS is the error returned by a server that has re-booted that is supposed to tell the client-side software to get a new file-handle because of an attempt to ac

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[ author ] Hello everyone! NFS-failover-related problems again... I did check the mailing list archive, but could find any "statfs"-related questions/answers. So here goes: Linux-HA (active/passive) NFS cluster with shared SCSI storage on RedHat 8.0 with Linux 2.4.19 #6 SMP Fri Nov 29 11:04:28 EST 2002 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux kernel. Same release/kernel clients. The tests were performed on the same NFS servers with heartbeat-0.4.9 before going live in production 3-4 months ago. No problems described below were noticed at all. Last Friday upgrade to 1.0.1 was performed using the following scenario: A - active machine, B - passive machine. - heartbeat shut down on B machine - upgrade to 1.0.1 on B machine - new heartbeat up on B - heartbeat shutdown on A machine - NFS resources failed over to B machine - during heartbeat upgrade on A, problems on some NFS clients were noticed (see below) - heartbeat up on A - NFS resources failed back to A - most of clients that had problems with NFS mounts, became fine, some had to be remounted On those NFS-client machines that had a problem, the following message appeared in /var/log/messages: Mar 22 00:33:50 kernel: nfs_statfs: statfs error = 13 and df on NFS mount was returning 0 partion size. So, now the questions: - anyone seen these kind of problems? If so, what was done to get rid of? - could it be heartbeat version related? - Alan and others recommended to restart rpc.statd on NFS servers after fail-over to get rid of NFS-stale states. Would it help in my situation? At glance, it should, I just want more info if there is any. - Some people mentioned some NFS-related patches helping to solve NFS problems. Is any more information available on what patches were applied? - Any other recommendations? I've seen some people are using a symlinks for /var/lib/nfs to point to shared SCSI, so the other node would use the same files/maps, but some problems with this setup were reported as well (files dissapearing, incosistent, etc.) Any more info on t

 

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