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 interesting to
> see if someone could try it with Linux client and/or NFS server.
First a local-disk test for sanity:
[EMAIL PROTECTED](292> ./testnfs
Transferred 200 out of 200 files
Then one on the NetApp:
[EMAIL PROTECTED](294> mkdir /netapp/home/cshenton/NFSTEST
[EMAIL PROTECTED](295> ./testnfs /netapp/home/cshenton/NFSTEST
Transferred 169 out of 200 files
I'm running FreeBSD:
[EMAIL PROTECTED](296> uname -a
FreeBSD Palimpsest.saic.hq.nasa.gov 4.9-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 4.9-PRERELEASE #17: Thu
Sep 4 10:55:56 EDT 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/Palimpsest i386
I'd love to try this in a FreeBSD-5.1 system but don't have one here
right now. Maybe tonight when I get home...