|shanky||Date: Wednesday, 2014-04-09, 8:18 PM | Message # 1|
The filesystem is hanging in my Linux OS. I tried to check the file syetem using df -k.
But it is hanging.. I pressed Ctrl+C to exit.
How to recover from this situation. How to make filesystem normal.
See the attachement.
|Piyu||Date: Wednesday, 2014-04-16, 12:03 PM | Message # 2|
|Hello Shankar, |
Try "lsof | grep nfs" to see if anything has the mountpoint open. If
not, try "umount -f /mnt/nfs" as the root user to try a forced umount.
Also check to see if the mount command (or /etc/fstab entry) has "hard"
specified (that's the default as well). Unless you're really certain
about the stability of the network and of the NFS server, I'd recommend
you specify "soft" in the mount command (see "man 5 nfs" for details).