kernel: nfs_fhget: iget failed

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Old 01-03-2008
kernel: nfs_fhget: iget failed

Hi can you please help what is this error in linux....

How to check and resolve this. thanks
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Old 01-03-2008
I am guessing here... nfs client opens a remote file and starts using it. nfs server deletes file (perhaps at the request of another nfs client). Original nfs client tries to continue using previously opened file but can't. Again, this is a guess.
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