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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0017245||CentOS-7||CentOS-7-Plus||public||2020-04-13 04:10||2020-06-20 09:05|
|Summary||0017245: When the network fails and then recovers, NFS cannot reestablish a connection|
|Description||Client error message：|
xs_tcp_state_change client ffff8b6696f85000...
state 7 conn 0 dead 0 zapped 1 sk_shutdown 3
call_connect xprt ffff8b6696513000 is connected
1.CentOS 7.4 and CentOS 7.6 were tested respectively, and CentOS 7.4 did not have this problem
2.Analyze CentOS 7.4 and 7.6 kernel code,
in xs_tcp_state change processing :
When case TCP_Close, The call of centos7.6 is xs_tcp_force_close, and it must meet (test_and_set_bit(XPRT_LOCKED, &xprt->state) == 0) before it can be cleaned up. When there is a problem, the condition is not satisfied, so that it cannot be cleaned up, so that the connection cannot be destroyed and the new connection can be re established.
|Steps To Reproduce||Reiteration steps|
1. Use centos7.6 as the NFS client and mount it on the NFS server of centos7.4
2. If the network card fails on the NFS server, restart it in 1 minute
3. NFS client cannot establish connection, and access stuck
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|Neither 7.4 nor 7.6 are supported versions. The current version is 7.7 and 7.8 is in the CR repo waiting. Both of these versions have fixes to NFS code. Test with the CR repo enabled using `yum --enablerepo=cr update` then reboot into the 3.10.0-1127 kernel and retest.|
Thank you for your reply.
I checked the kernel code corresponding to 7.7, and the processing logic of xs_tcp_state_change has been modified, just like that of 7.4. But no corresponding modification point was found on the release note of 7.7
At the same time, the 7.8 version and the corresponding kernel source code were not found, only 8.0 was found.
Another question is whether the kernel version of CentOS release belt does not correspond to the version of kernel official website, because no corresponding version is found on kernel official website.
7.6---->kernel version 3.10.0-957
/* Trigger the socket release */
And 7.7 ----->kernel version 3.10.0-1062
All sources are at git.centos.org.
Please note that we do not and will not support other versions than the last released ones. If you need support for older releases, you will have to purchase Extended Update Support from RHEL. Mind that 7.4 is not supported even by RH since 31 August 2019 and 7.6 will be supported only until 31 Oct 2020.
On top of that, if you are confident that the last released kernel has a bug, you are encouraged to file a bug at bugzilla.redhat.com . Once RH fixes the issue, the fix will automatically propagate to CentOS
|2020-04-13 04:10||zhanghaozz||New Issue|
|2020-04-13 10:59||TrevorH||Note Added: 0036682|
|2020-04-14 08:19||zhanghaozz||Note Added: 0036684|
|2020-04-14 08:23||zhanghaozz||Note Added: 0036685|
|2020-04-14 09:08||ManuelWolfshant||Note Added: 0036687|
|2020-04-15 05:54||zhanghaozz||Note Added: 0036690|
|2020-06-20 09:05||ManuelWolfshant||Note Edited: 0036687|