[OpenAFS] Crash testing OpenAFS
Mon, 22 Aug 2005 10:56:41 -0700
Using 126.96.36.199-21.7 kernel (SuSE 9.3 + 1.3.87) - something was hanging Linux
in the middle of an rx packet.
Its working better now - I changed the cache from ext2 to ext3. fsck on the
cache was not allowing a clean reboot and am not using /vicepb., So far
moving about 100GB is going smoothly.
I'm running X and everything else imagineable.
Using a disk cache 10GB. Both dynroot and not.
KRB5 with aklog (the SuSE aklog needs to be replaced since it doesn't use
Apparently few users have SuSE installed.
Am compiling 1.4.0-rc1 and will re-test on another server.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Blake Atkins
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2005 8:43 AM
Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] Crash testing OpenAFS
Are you having troubles with the OpenAFS linux client? Are you using a
memory cache? Are you using kernel 2.6? I have been unable to reliably use
OpenAFS client 1.3.X + Kernel 2.6 (SuSE SLES and Pro 9 - 9.3) + Memory
Cache. I assumed I was the only person with these troubles as I would
expect more people to be complaining if it was widespread. When using the
above combination, I would see cache corruption and occasional crashes on
the client workstations. Switching to a disk cache eliminated all issues.
I would be interested in knowing if anyone else is seeing the same problem.
On Friday 12 August 2005 12:07 am, ted creedon wrote:
> It seems that AFS can be made to crash pretty much at will with fairly
> simple exercises.
> Being a file system, one would expect rock solid performance.Not the case.
> A simple cp -rpv /afs/.bigcell/foo /afs/.home-ted-doris.fam/bar hangs
> the system so badly Linux won't even "halt".
> If there's a problem with windows file names, (Jeff has stated so) it
> needs to be documented. And fixed.
> Those interested in stress testing (or even regression testing) AFS
> contact me directly.
> There needs to be a set of tests run on every release before its
> thrown over the threshold.
> No flames please.
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