[CentOS] NFS freeze when transmitting big files

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Tue Mar 30 19:24:23 UTC 2010

On 3/30/2010 1:21 PM, Niki Kovacs wrote:
> JohnS a écrit :
>> ---
>> This may help help you I have the same problem.
>> First to rule out the USB Drive copy file on the server machine itself
>> from like a dvd rom to the USB Drive in order to check out how it is
>> working,
>> Try this go directly to the Mount Folder of your NFS Share and open it
>> up then copy and paste a file into it.  Don't do a browse network to
>> access the nfs share.  You want the hard mounted nfs share.
>> You should have better success with another 128MB of RAM..
> I *think* I found out. This same server also runs a cronjob for an
> rsync-based backup script, and it looks like after renaming some of the
> target directories that had to be filtered out, the script slowly but
> steadily filled the disk and then went rogue.
> I corrected that problem, and now it *looks* like everything's OK. But
> you're right. Another 128 MB RAM won't hurt. (My first computer, a
> single-board 8080, actually had 512 *bytes* of RAM, so it's just a
> matter of adapting to modern times :oD)

I think the trick is to spend as much _money_ as you did for RAM in the 
old days and you'll be fine.

   Les Mikesell
    lesmikesell at gmail.com

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