[zfs-discuss] Stale NFS export?

Brian Behlendorf behlendorf1 at llnl.gov
Mon Nov 19 16:43:37 EST 2012

On 11/19/2012 01:16 PM, Dan Swartzendruber wrote:
> On 11/19/2012 4:10 PM, Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 10:10 PM, Dan 
>> Swartzendruber<dswartz at druber.com>  wrote:
>>> The reason I'm starting here instead of a
>>> debian list is because ZOL does mess with NFS exports,
>> You can have zol NOT doing anything nfs-related automatically by
>> managing the share yourself. Like what you'd do for a normal ext3 fs.
>> Though in zfs case, you might need to specify a unique, non-zero fsid
>> manually for each shared dataset in /etc/exports.
> I guess I am even more confused now.  Nothing is in /etc/exports - 
> however the 'sharednfs' property is handled by ZOL, it must be doing 
> that elsewhere.  Or do you mean that is what I could/should be doing?  
> e.g. not use that property and do it myself?  I could, I suppose - I'm 
> more focused here on trying to understand what went wrong, and 'who 
> dunnit'.  e.g. ZOL or something debian-related.  I don't want to be 
> wasting anyone's time or net bandwidth.  It's entirely possible Brian 
> or someone might have said 'hey that sounds like we might have messed 
> up'.  I need to reboot the main server tonight for other reasons, so 
> if anyone wants me to garner any info for debug purposes, I need to 
> know soon...
Sorry, I don't know of any outstanding issues which would cause this.  
Somebody would need to dig deep in to this issue to see what the root 
problem is.


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