The question was:
> We have a Solaris 2.2 host on a network. On the same network there
> is a Vax running Ultrix 4.3. When the Sun mounts an NFS partition
> from the Vax, it seems to work. But the command "ls" makes the Vax
for their quick answers and the fix.
As Guy Harris noted, a server shouldn't crash, even if it receives
stupid requests, or requests it doesn't understand.
==> So there's a bug in Ultrix.
It turns that Sun changed something (Martyn Johnson)
:: The problem was provoked by Sun reading directories with a non-standard
:: blocksize. This is unusual, but perfectly legal. There is a fix for
So if you have the problem, just ask DEC to send you the fix.
It did it and I'll receive the patch in a few days.
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