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Month: September 2018

Re: [trinity-users] OT - nfs hangs

From: Nick Koretsky <nick_koretsky@...>
Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2018 18:16:48 +0300
On Sun, 2 Sep 2018 15:57:57 +0200
Thierry de Coulon <tcoulon@...> wrote:

> I understand this has nothing to do with trinity, but there seem to be
> people on this list that understand this stuff more than I do.
> I've got an older machine (quad core) that I wanted to convert in a
> network backup. It runs Jessie and mounts an nfs share on my main machine
> so that I can copy important  files.
> The problem occurs when I transfer bigger quantities of data (I mean
> several GB, mostly in  smaller files of a few hundred MB):
> - If the server runs Debian stretch, everything is fine.
> - If the server runs AntiX 17, the copy sooner or later hangs because the 
> server lost the network (the message I got is err_network_changed). there
> may be another way but I solve the problem by restarting teh machine.
> Now, the question is this: AntiX 17 is based on stretch. It does not run 
> systemd, nor does it network manager. Network configuration is done with
> ceni (method static, class auto).
> The exports file is the same in both cases (copied from Debian to AntiX).
> If anyone has a clue to give me where to look for this difference in 
> behaviour, I'd be glad! I like AntiX because of no systemd, but...

I have no idea what you problems with AntiX is, but thats what you get for
running weird distros instead of debian :)

Now, i am still puzzled why people think that stretch must run
systemd?!! just install sysv-rc and sysvinit-core and you have a stretch
running sysv-init.

  Nick Koretsky (nick.koretsky@...)