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Old 10-03-2012, 07:13 PM
Wade Hampton
Default CentOS 5.8, xen kernel, and nfs4


I have a workstation running CentOS 5.8 with
kernel 2.6.18-308.el5. This workstation needs
to mount a NFS4 directory on a server (mysvr in the
example below). If the computer is running the XEN
kernel (uname -a reports ...2.6.18-308.el5xen),
my NFS4 share is mounted but "ls" reports an error.

Xen kernel:

uname -a

mount | grep mysvr
mysvr:/ on /mnt/mysvr type nfs4 (rw,nodev,hard,intr,addr=

ls /mnt/mysvr/data
ls: /mnt/mysvr/data: Not a directory

When I boot to a non-xen kernel, the mount works
fine (and has for a few years).

uname -a

mount | grep mysvr
mysvr:/ on /mnt/mysvr type nfs4 (rw,nodev,hard,intr,addr=

ls /mnt/mysvr/data

Any ideas on how I can fix this or should I go back to NFS3
on my server?

Wade Hampton
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