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Mar
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comment Random machine hangs with NFSv4 on CentOS/RHEL 6.5
Yes, Kerberos ticket is definitely still valid.
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asked Random machine hangs with NFSv4 on CentOS/RHEL 6.5
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comment libvirt / kvm guests take very long time to start after host reboot
Nope, not using snapshots. I edited the original post to include some more detail on that directory mentioned in the log just before the hang. It's virtually empty.
Oct
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revised libvirt / kvm guests take very long time to start after host reboot
Added detail regarding not using snapshots
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comment Linux bonded Interfaces hanging periodically
I have a server with two bonded interfaces connected to an HP 1800-24g switch. About a month ago, I changed from balance-rr mode to 802.3ad mode. It worked fine until recently, when I started having connectivity problems just like you describe. For now, I'm simply disabling bond mode and the problem has gone away. Unfortunately I don't have anything to add to your problem, but thank you for posting this, as it helped me find the cause of a similar (same?) issue!
Aug
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comment Quantifying the effects of partition mis-alignment
Wow, thank you for the detailed response. Ultimately, I did a full re-install, also upgrading to CentOS 6.x. There may be more details, but, given this all happened two years ago, I can't remember them. :) But, since the OS upgrade, things have been acceptable. Thanks again!
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Nov
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comment Internal-only DNS Master and Slave Servers on Linux (No Internet) - Recursion?
@ShaneMadden - That's kind of the gist of my question: it seems I don't need recursive queries. But if I disable recursion, what happens when a client sends a recursive query?
Nov
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comment Internal-only DNS Master and Slave Servers on Linux (No Internet) - Recursion?
@Zoredache - yes, the particular environment I'm referring to has no Internet access, by design.
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asked Internal-only DNS Master and Slave Servers on Linux (No Internet) - Recursion?