Bernd Brandstetter wrote:
> I have finally managed to set up an NFS server via colinux-slirp. Using
> pcap-bridge or tuntap is unfortunately not an option.
> Mounting the NFS share on a remote Linux host and retrieving the directory
> listing works fine, but when I try to copy files over to the remote host,
> after a few files I keep getting a crash in colinux-slirp-net-daemon.exe
> accompanied by the following message:
> The instruction at "0x77f83905" referenced memory at "0x20302030". The
> memory could not be "written".
> This is with devel-colinux-20051013, kernel 2.6.12-co-0.7.1
> Any ideas?
This is perhaps a buffer overrun in slirp code.
Limit please the rsize or wsize or both (1024, 2048, 4096), this is
typical for slow bandwide networks.
Try the options tcp or udp.
A sample in fstab:
server:/pub /pub nfs rsize=1024,wsize=1024,timeo=14,intr,tcp
How is the direction for file transfers? From coLinux to the world?
Is coLinux your NFS-Server? If yes, please say what is the config for
slirp? And please give us a sample of /etc/exports and your mount on
the other side of this nfs session.