SMBD's go into "D" (uninteruptable sleep) and never wake up

Jeremy Allison jeremy at
Sat Apr 28 23:18:40 GMT 2001

On Sat, Apr 28, 2001 at 06:03:33PM -0400, Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> Linux's NFS services are still maturing.  I had 0 issues once I
> upgraded to Trond+Higgens NFS v3 for kernel 2.2 (using VALinux's
> 2.2.16 kernel).  Linux 2.4 is more on-par with Solaris in NFS-SMB
> locking at the kernel level from what I can tell (disclaimer:  I'm
> just playing with Samba 2.2 now).

That would be "on-par with IRIX in NFS-SMB locking at the
kernel level" - Solaris has no support for that, but IRIX


		Jeremy Allison,
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