Client access to NFS-Ganesha blocks access to all shares after writing to one

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SUSE Enterprise Storage 6


After upgrading from SUSE Enterprise Storage 5.5 to SUSE Enterprise Storage 6, NFS write access to a large RGW bucket via NFS-Ganesha blocks for all such exports after five to sixty minutes. Restarting NFS-Ganesha resolves the issue only temporarily. Logs of the NFS-Ganesha daemon or the involved Ceph RADOS components do not show any indication of an issue.


The situation reportedly resolves by itself by manually removing the affected NFS share from /etc/ganesha/ganesha.conf and re-adding it via the ceph dashboard. If the issue persists regardless this action, please open a case with SUSE support.


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  • Document ID:000019857
  • Creation Date: 03-Feb-2021
  • Modified Date:16-Feb-2021
    • SUSE Enterprise Storage

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