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Old 07-10-2012, 12:49 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by grabblecat View Post
I have the exact same issue. The load average hit 3000+ . I was wondering if anyone had nfs shares mounted? I've narrowed it down to either being a problem with the drives or a nfs issue although it could be something else.
This link seems promising as it explains everything rather nicely, however I still believe the problem is related to nfs
I am also experiencing the same issue, and with NFS actually. Trying to import and unpack Oracle VM template

the log shows stuff like below

Jul 10 20:00:39 oravms kernel: INFO: task nfsd:2415 blocked for more than 120 se
Jul 10 20:00:39 oravms kernel: "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs
" disables this message.
Jul 10 20:00:39 oravms kernel: nfsd D 0000000000000000 0 2415
2 0x00000000

If anybody knows a solution, please!


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Old 04-01-2014, 01:12 PM   #18
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Interesting that this has just cropped up for us.

We are running a VMWare server with about 6 VMs, each running Ubuntu 12.04. We've had no problem until last week when I did a restart on two of the systems. For whatever reason, logging in, the systems told us a restart was required. Ever since then, we have these Java errors followed by a call trace:

INFO: task java:1120 blocked for more than 120 seconds.
Apr 1 10:21:56 osbuild4 kernel: [ 2156.765270] "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs" disables this message.
Apr 1 10:21:56 osbuild4 kernel: [ 2156.765393] java D c1010847 0 1120 1110 0x00000000
Apr 1 10:21:56 osbuild4 kernel: [ 2156.765394] ee1b5e24 00000086 ee1b5dd0 c1010847 0000000b f7508ca0 c1930e00 c1930e00
Apr 1 10:21:56 osbuild4 kernel: [ 2156.765398] f2c40326 000001d1 f7987e00 f6804bc0 f6b53f20 00000000 ee1b5e5c c15a5d69
Apr 1 10:21:56 osbuild4 kernel: [ 2156.765401] ffffffec 00000000 ee1b5dfc c15a7f3d 67776bb0 00000000 f6804bc0 ed2c2400


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