Bug#605284: Kernel Oops in kerberized NFS4
On 24.11.2011 07:52, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
Ben Hutchings wrote:
On Sun, 2010-11-28 at 18:24 +0100, Jens Reinsberger wrote:
Just this... I use a NFS4-kerberized setup with a debian based NFS server.
The Oops happened after having tried to access a NFS share with GNOME nautilus.
As my LAN is using IPv6 with the client having the IPv6 privacy extensions enabled, it might have happened after a temporary address became invalid.
The share in question is mounted at boot time.
Please report this upstream at<https://bugzilla.kernel.org> under
product 'File System', component 'NFS'.
Did you report this? If so, please let us know the bug number or
approximate date and title so we can track it.
It was reported as kernel bug 23992.
In either case, what kernel version are you using now? Are you still
able to reproduce the bug? If not, do you know how it went away, and
was that a client-side or server-side change?
I upgraded my systems to wheezy/sid using 3.0 and 3.1 kernels. As far as
it seems the bug disappeared a longer time ago, at least I can't
reproduce it anymore. If it happened again I would reopen this bug
willingly if anybody should have closed it meanwhile.
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