Re: [sqwebmail] Re: [Courier-imap] Problem with Netapp and readdir

2003-10-07 Thread Brian Candler
On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 09:49:17AM -0700, Doug Clements wrote: bash-2.05a# ./testnfs /na0/testdir Transferred 169 out of 200 files That was with a FreeBSD-4.8p3 frontend with the Netapp backend. However re-running it with FreeBSD-4.7 talking to a Solaris-2.8 NFS backend gives exactly

Re: [sqwebmail] Re: [Courier-imap] Problem with Netapp and readdir

2003-10-07 Thread Brian Candler
On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 09:49:17AM -0700, Doug Clements wrote: Well, I thought it was a Netapp problem, but now it looks like NFS and/or FreeBSD. The attached program replicates it: bash-2.05a# ./testnfs /na0/testdir Transferred 169 out of 200 files That was with a FreeBSD-4.8p3

Re: [sqwebmail] Re: [Courier-imap] Problem with Netapp and readdir

2003-10-07 Thread Brian Candler
On Tue, Oct 07, 2003 at 12:36:35PM +0200, Stefan Kaltenbrunner wrote: So this is starting to look like a FreeBSD issue; would be interesting to see if someone could try it with Linux client and/or NFS server. works here too (200/200) client is Linux 2.4.22, server is 2.4.9+patches(redhat

Re: [sqwebmail] Re: [Courier-imap] Problem with Netapp and readdir

2003-10-07 Thread Chris Shenton
Brian Candler [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've just been able to test another platform: Solaris-2.8 client with a NetApp server. In this case I get 200/200 transferred. In fact I get 2000/2000 if I make the test that big as well. So this is starting to look like a FreeBSD issue; would be

Re: [sqwebmail] Re: [Courier-imap] Problem with Netapp and readdir

2003-10-07 Thread Chris Shenton
Brian Candler [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've just been able to test another platform: Solaris-2.8 client with a NetApp server. In this case I get 200/200 transferred. In fact I get 2000/2000 if I make the test that big as well. I've also confirmed Solaris client works OK; /mnt is the NetApp,

Re: [sqwebmail] Re: [Courier-imap] Problem with Netapp and readdir

2003-10-06 Thread Doug Clements
On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 05:29:14PM +0100, Brian Candler wrote: On Mon, Oct 06, 2003 at 11:59:08AM -0400, Chris Shenton wrote: After renaming 40 or so files, the readdir() terminates, probably because the state of the directory is being changed while it is being read. Arguably this is a