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I was transferring a huge file (700 MB) to an nfs mounted disc and I
umount -f the nfs mounted directory. After this I lost control of that pc
(I was remotely administering it). The machine responds to pings and
forwards packets as well, but if I try to telnet or ssh to it, I connect
to that box but no login prompt appear.
I dont have physical access to that box and so I wait for 1 week for
someone to go there and reboot it, but I am very curious why this
situation happened. Is it normal to happen when u use unmount -f on nfs
I am running 4.7-p2 and I dont have any noticable problems. The gateway
machine is a diskless machine with local mounted discs for storing files
Thanks in advance!!!
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