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Re: kerneld activity

On Wed, 5 Mar 1997, G. Kapetanios wrote:

> I have posted this query previously but I got no replies.  

 That is not quite correct. I did send you private email with suggestions to
 help you track the problem. That must have been within 24 hours since you
 first posted. If you do not know more about your problem it is because you
 did not try. Please refrain from suggesting that "you received no replies".

 In that message I suggested that you compile the kdstat program in
/usr/src/modules-2.0.0/kerneld with "make kdstat". Then see what is
happening by using the command  kdstat debug, and kdstat nodebug to turn it
off. Then I suggested YOU file a bug report using bug(1). It is not
true you have been ignored.

According to my logs, I responded within 24 hours: 

From: Ioannis Tambouras <ioannis@flinet.com>
To: "G. Kapetanios" <gk205@cus.cam.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 1997 02:39:30 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: kerneld activity

>I am trying again because I think that this might be a bug.
> Some days ago I noticed
> after mounting an nfs system that the kerneld process would spawn other
> kernelds all the time ( sometimes also sh processses ) and then kill them 
> only to do it again . I didn't pay much attention to it. This however
> happens also when I mount ncp systems with the ncpfs program .

  Your original posting did not mention ncpfs. 

> When I
> unmount the systems the activity stops. I have got most of my base files
> from unstable but I only have Linux kernel 2.0.0 Could that be the cause
> ??
> I would appreciate any replies. Something else too.
> George Kapetanios
> Churchill College
> Cambridge, CB3 0DS              
> U.K.                            E-Mail: GK205@hermes.cam.ac.uk

Ioannis Tambouras 
ioannis@flinet.com, West Palm Beach, Florida
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