[OpenAFS] Re: "afs: Lost contact with file server" on the same machine?
Sun, 07 Jun 2009 11:22:00 -0700
For the benefit of the mailing list archives, I'd just like to mention
that upgrading from 1.4.6 to 1.4.10 seems to have helped quite a bit,
but the problem remains. It just happens less frequently.
Adam Megacz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> We've got a situation where clients seem to be encountering "afs: Lost
> contact with file server" fairly frequently (at least once a week).
> This is happening both for a client machine which is on the same
> ethernet switch as the fileserver (no NAT going on) as well as the
> OpenAFS client running on the server machine losing contact with the
> fileserver process running on the very same machine (so it's unlikely
> to actually be the network).
> Sending "kill -TSTP" to the fileserver to increase the logging level
> hasn't revealed anything interesting happening at the time that
> contact is lost.
> Is there any way to get more detailed information about the reason why
> the client decided that it had lost contact? For example, whether the
> failure was due to a timeout, an ICMP unreachable, or
> no-route-to-host, etc?
> All machines in question are running OpenAFS 1.4.6 (client and
> server), using the debian packages.
> The fileserver is running with these arguments:
> -p 23 -busyat 600 -rxpck 400 -s 1200 -l 1200 -cb 65535 -b 240 -vc 1200
> Thanks for any suggestions...
> - a