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Aug
12
comment What would cause NFS file move/delete operations to fail?
I've seen the nfs problem you describe. The problem is that the nfs client is caching negative lookup results -- ie when it goes to open a file, the file isn't there, and it caches that answer. You're stuck with that answer until the cache times out. I've solved it by mounting nfs with the option lookupcache=positive set. In my case this activity is all happening on the same machine, so it isn't a caching problem.
Jun
29
accepted Why is my CentOS 6 system doing IPv6 lookups?
Jun
29
comment Why is my CentOS 6 system doing IPv6 lookups?
the line in /etc/sysconfig/network is the missing piece. Thanks
Jun
29
comment Why is my CentOS 6 system doing IPv6 lookups?
Yes, I did. Both, actually, in that order.
Jun
29
asked Why is my CentOS 6 system doing IPv6 lookups?
May
13
awarded  Curious
May
13
revised What would cause NFS file move/delete operations to fail?
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May
12
comment What would cause NFS file move/delete operations to fail?
Updated question. Short answer: rw,intr,sloppy,addr=10.17.0.199; client is CentOS 6.5; server is a NetApp.
May
12
revised What would cause NFS file move/delete operations to fail?
OS details, mount options
May
12
asked What would cause NFS file move/delete operations to fail?
Jan
13
accepted List File Space Ownership By User
Dec
15
awarded  Yearling
Dec
3
accepted Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
Dec
3
answered Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
Dec
2
revised Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
more information
Nov
5
revised Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
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Nov
5
asked Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
Oct
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
17
comment List File Space Ownership By User
Interesting, but no. Quota tools tell me how much disk space I am using, I need to know where in the mess those files actually are. Both of those examples appear to brute-force quota replacements; I'm interested in the details.
Sep
17
revised List File Space Ownership By User
Added teh command.