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comment what percentage of iowait is considered to be high?
In addition to everything said above, you can check CPU load to get a feeling how many processes waiting for IO.
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comment How to trace file access with dtrace on solaris
Check here: solarisinternals.com/wiki/index.php/…
Sep
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comment centos 7: sysctl -p /etc/sysctl.d/50-default.conf returns error
Looks like kernel version related issue bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1084903
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comment Configure NFSv4 to allow different users read-write access
id you restart the client? It may sill have cached values
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answered Configure NFSv4 to allow different users read-write access
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comment NFS: disable portmapper for version 3 and 4
from your post is hard to say which part got an error. So packet capture will help a lot
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comment NFS: disable portmapper for version 3 and 4
multiple version is not a problem as client uses one which is compatible. But may be your client wants to use NFS v2? As Enzo Wang suggested, check the traffic.
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