Apr 15 20:06:41 jerry kernel: fh_verify: .netscape/history.dat permission
failure, acc=4, error=13
Apr 15 20:07:14 jerry last message repeated 9 times
Apr 15 20:08:18 jerry last message repeated 17 times
... ad nauseum
The funny thing is that everything works ok, at least it seems. I never
had those messages with user space nfs and kernel 2.0.36, but had to
upgrade because of file locking. I checked /linux/fs/nfsd/nfsfh.c and
found this NFSD_PARANOIA define. I know i can get rid of it, but should i?
Shouldnt i be worried?
Also i read that i should increase the number of times nfsd loads to 8
(NFSDCOUNT) on startup. I read the man pages, but they didnt seem clear on
it. Why should i do that? Isnt it bad? Because i did it and some Aix
workstations (4.3) complained about permission problems accessing the
One more question, do the ac patches include the patches from the knfsd
maintainer, included in the knfsd package? Because some appear already to
be on the tree, but others dont even apply.
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