On Fri, Apr 07, 2000 at 07:37:30PM -0700, Peter Klosky wrote:
> If more details needed, let me know.
First of all you need to include at least the versions of the used
- OS Release (both sides)
- Linux kernel version
- NFS server version
Now to the "fixing it" part of the problem. My guess is that you are
using the old user-land NFS daemon which does not support locking. So
- Ask your HP to mount with the "nolock" option.
- Install the latest kernel-based nfs-utils from your distribution medium
or if it is lacking support for this, look at:
and set it up according to the instructions.
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