Re: Issue's with ls

From: Casper Dik (casper_at_holland.sun.com)
Date: 04/21/04

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    To: Michael Wright <cshelp@plu.edu>
    Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 09:40:25 +0200
    
    

    >First I would like to thank everyone for their responses and I'm going
    >to answer some of the things that seemed to come up in a lot of the
    >suggestions.
    >
    >First off, the server is running NFS but it is sharing mounts to another
    >server. I do not having anything mounted from the other server, nothing
    >in automount.
    >
    >I have tried stopping NFS just to see if that is the issue, no luck.
    >
    >I've run FSCK - nothing major there, but didn't fix it either.
    >
    >I'm running NIS, but this machine is the NIS server, so it isn't looking
    >up anything on the other server. And a look at the nsswitch.conf file
    >looks good.
    >
    >I've tried other users, same result.
    >
    >Restarted nscd.
    >
    >Now when I used truss -f ls -l this is what I found was hanging.
    >
    >2970: lstat64("./vol", 0xFFBEF9D0) (sleeping...)
    >2970: lstat64("./vol", 0xFFBEF9D0) Err#4 EINTR
    >
    >So that is where I'm at at the moment.

    That would seem to indicate vold hangs; stop vold and kill
    it if necessary (/etc/init.d/volmgmt stop; pkill -9 vold)

    Casper


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