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getting lots of kernel nfs: server not responding

Hello
 
I have two boxes. One is the NFS server and one is the client.
 
They are very busy web servers.
 
i keep getting these errors on my console and in my message file
May  3 12:44:11 krusty kernel: nfs: server local.flanders not responding, still trying
May  3 12:44:15 krusty kernel: nfs: server local.flanders OK

these two boxes each have a GIGaBit ethernet card and a crossover cable connecting each other and it is only used for NFS.

All other network functions use the other nics

Stats are below, I am currently running 49 nfsd's

Thanks for any suggestions

On the server
nfsstat -s
Server rpc stats:
calls      badcalls   badauth    badclnt    xdrcall
25718710   0          0          0          0      
Server nfs v2:
null       getattr    setattr    root       lookup     readlink  
4      100% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0%
read       wrcache    write      create     remove     rename    
0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0%
link       symlink    mkdir      rmdir      readdir    fsstat    
0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0%

Server nfs v3:
null       getattr    setattr    lookup     access     readlink  
4       0% 10236002 39% 42905   0% 5439928 21% 8598    0% 60099   0%
read       write      create     mkdir      symlink    mknod      
8919197 34% 910196  3% 21816   0% 106     0% 330     0% 0       0%
remove     rmdir      rename     link       readdir    readdirplus
2634    0% 26      0% 5288    0% 0       0% 12840   0% 0       0%
fsstat     fsinfo     pathconf   commit    
24      0% 24      0% 0       0% 58689   0%


On the Client
nfsstat -c
Client rpc stats:
calls      retrans    authrefrsh
24616865   131061     0      
Client nfs v2:
null       getattr    setattr    root       lookup     readlink  
0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0%
read       wrcache    write      create     remove     rename    
0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0%
link       symlink    mkdir      rmdir      readdir    fsstat    
0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0% 0       0%

Client nfs v3:
null       getattr    setattr    lookup     access     readlink  
0       0% 10174261 41% 20990   0% 5363659 21% 7342    0% 59652   0%
read       write      create     mkdir      symlink    mknod      
8811537 35% 119194  0% 6475    0% 53      0% 315     0% 0       0%
remove     rmdir      rename     link       readdir    readdirplus
1900    0% 26      0% 4712    0% 0       0% 12658   0% 0       0%
fsstat     fsinfo     pathconf   commit    
11      0% 11      0% 0       0% 34069   0%

 

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pariesAuthor Commented:
Oh yeah

RH9
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pablouruguayCommented:
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pariesAuthor Commented:
what does this mean?
"the same for you other question"

They may be similar but different
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pablouruguayCommented:
aaarrgggg im sorry. i mean this is a duplicated question :)
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pariesAuthor Commented:
No they are different questions.
As i was doing research, i saw that TCP was better for performance , hence the other question.
But i am still getting these messages on my console
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pariesAuthor Commented:
So i am the only one getting these errors?

Knowbody has ever seen these erorrs before?

Thanks
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