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NFS error: NOTICE: KRPC: record fragment from server of size

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Jose Luis Casado
Occasional Advisor

NFS error: NOTICE: KRPC: record fragment from server of size

Dear colleagues,

I have a NFS client that's suffering since yesterday some issues with few NFS mounts from the same server.

We are getting a lot of errors like:
NFS server server1 not responding still trying
NFS server server1 ok
and also lots of :
NOTICE: KRPC: record fragment from server of size(33748) exceeds maximum (33576). Disconnecting

Any clue?

FS are mounted using the default values.


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Re: NFS error: NOTICE: KRPC: record fragment from server of size

Does the suggestion in following discussion help? Similar issue, may not be specific to HP-UX...

http://www.sunmanagers.org/pipermail/summaries/2003-February/003088.html

Regards
-Rajesh
Jose Luis Casado
Occasional Advisor

Re: NFS error: NOTICE: KRPC: record fragment from server of size

Hi Rajesh,

Yes I think we are facing the same issue.

I restarted the NFS services in the client with problems and noticed later that some filesystems were also being exported.

That will explain the error.

From your link:
"..KRPC is Kernel Remote Procedure Call. NFS runs on top of KRPC. The boot up
error (KRPC: record fragment ...) is caused by an NFS client continueing to
send NFS requests after the NFS server has dead-locked and been rebooted..."

Thanks!
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Jose Luis Casado
Occasional Advisor

Re: NFS error: NOTICE: KRPC: record fragment from server of size


I think the error was due to the NFS servcives being stopped...so we can ignore the error.