Re: knfs/knfsd

Jon Torrez (
Mon, 2 Mar 1998 12:38:35 -0600 (CST)

I am recieving the same error, just trying to do standard NFS nothing
special but on a different kernel version.

this kernel 2.0.33

i am trying to mount an AIX 4.1.1 volume (in this case /usr/linux)
where my most recent download of Slackware 3.4 resides...

NFS is compiled as a module, I do not get an Oops or anything just the
same error.

Could is be possible that the utils (maybe mount etc..) might need to be
updated on our ends?

On Mon, 2 Mar 1998, Erwin J. van Eijk wrote:

<WWW>While compiling a kernel;
<WWW>client: linux-2.1.89-pre5 HP/UX patches
<WWW>server: linux-2.1.89-pre5 HP/UX patches
<WWW>Client Error:
<WWW>Mar 2 15:52:19 hyper kernel: RPC: task timed out
<WWW>Mar 2 15:52:19 hyper kernel: nfs: server tommie not responding, still tryin
<WWW>Server Error:
<WWW>Mar 2 15:54:54 tommie kernel: UDP: bad checksum. From 8259B567:796 to
<WWW>8259B579:2049 ulen 204
<WWW>Over and over again.
<WWW>It appears to be the client which is bogus, 'cause I reset the server,
<WWW>and the client is still sending bad UDP packets.
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