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> De: email@example.com [mailto:arch-general-
> firstname.lastname@example.org] En nombre de Guillermo Leira
> Enviado el: miércoles, 20 de junio de 2012 16:54
> Para: 'General Discussion about Arch Linux'
> Asunto: [arch-general] nfs problems
> When I installed 3.4.2, I had boot and shutdown problems in two computers
> (another six went fine), so I downgraded them to back to 3.3.8.
> I have just upgraded to 3.4.3, and it failed again. Commenting out
> and nfs-server made them work again. Now the systems work fine, but I
> like to have my nfs servers back (nfs client still works). :-)
> I have only found this: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=143419
> describing the exact symptoms, but no solution yet. Any ideas?
Well, no answers so far. Anyway, it seems that version 3.3.4 fixed this
problem, more or less. I can start my nfs server in both computers, although
some glitches remain: If I try to poweroff or reboot very soon (before netfs
has finished trying to mount CIFS and NFS remote folders), the system hangs.
I just have to wait for some minutes before trying to reboot or poweroff.
I have seen that there are a lot of nfs fixes in the kernel change log. One
or some of them must be related to this, I suppose.