#79 NFS server causes fs ref count problem

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Filesystem (49)
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2008-04-10
2004-08-27
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From a single node cluster I export a chard mount via
NFS server. On a client I mount it, issue an "ls -lR."
After doing a service SSInfs stop, followed by a
filesystem umount, I get the following messages:

WARNING: inode busy: dev 8:19 (xc0673456) mode 10666
count 1

It must be either READDIR, GETATTR or LOOKUP. It
doesn't seem to happen unless NFS server is involved.

Discussion

  • David Zafman

    David Zafman - 2004-12-11
    • assigned_to: dzafman --> jlbyrne
     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I get similar messages on umount of an exported NFS chard
    mount. And of course SSInfs is stopped. However dev 93:0
    is not listed in my /proc/devices.

    Nov 29 20:17:39 node1 kernel: inode busy: dev 93:01:1292080
    (d20c2d00) mode 40711 count 1
    Nov 29 20:17:39 node1 kernel: inode busy: dev 93:01:588962
    (d20c2300) mode 40700 count 2
    Nov 29 20:17:39 node1 kernel: inode busy: dev 93:01:883734
    (f098c080) mode 40755 count 2
    Nov 29 20:17:39 node1 kernel: inode busy: dev 93:01:261910
    (d364f800) mode 40700 count 2
    Nov 29 20:17:39 node1 kernel: inode busy: dev 93:01:33091
    (ebd20580) mode 100664 count 1
    Nov 29 20:17:39 node1 kernel: VFS: Busy inodes after
    unmount. Self-destruct in 5 seconds. Have a nice day...

     
  • Roger Tsang

    Roger Tsang - 2008-04-10
    • milestone: --> v1.2.0
     

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