On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 09:06:41AM -0400, Robert Watson wrote:
> I have a very similar configuration, but it sounds like I'm not bumping
> into the same problem.  Are you using NFSv2 or v3, and how many file
> systems are you mounting?  Are you generally using UFS1 or UFS2?  Right
> now, I'm mounting a single UFS2 file system was the root, and I believe
> right now we always mount NFS roots at NFSv2, which could by why I'm not
> seeing the same problem...

    I had the same problem, replacing nfsv3 with tcp in my fstab fixed it.

    4.8 server (ufs1), 5.0/5.1 clients, fstab looks like this now:

main:/data/home /data/home nfs rw,tcp,soft,intr,bg,rdirplus,noatime,nosuid,nodev
main:/data/config /data/config nfs rw,tcp,soft,intr,bg,rdirplus,noatime,nosuid,nodev
main:/data/www /data/www nfs rw,tcp,soft,intr,bg,rdirplus,noatime,nosuid,nodev

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