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 NFS Slow on Solaris 8 Client
Hi there,
I have an NFS server running on a Linux kernel 2.6.9 (RHEL ES 4) machine.
The data is cvs sources - small files.

To complete checkout the sources, it takes about 6 minutes on a Linux NFS
client, but it takes about 40 minutes on Solaris 8 NFS client.
Why the NFS traffic is so slow between the RHEL NFS server and Solaris NFS
client? Are there any parameters I can adjust on the Solaris client?

BTW, I have installed the newest patch cluster for the Solaris machine, and
all machines are in the NIS environment. There is no other special
authentication. I have also tried to mount the NFS in TCP connection, but
there is no difference.

Any idea would be appreciated,

 Fri, 05 Dec 2008 22:53:21 GMT   
 NFS Slow on Solaris 8 Client

Try specifying the "rsize=8192" and "wsize=8192" option parameters on
the RHEL mount.  To find out more, do this:

$ man fstab


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 Sat, 06 Dec 2008 08:42:51 GMT   
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