Commit 838edb94 authored by Chuck Lever's avatar Chuck Lever Committed by Anna Schumaker

NFSv4.1: Use seqid returned by EXCHANGE_ID after state migration

Transparent State Migration copies a client's lease state from the
server where a filesystem used to reside to the server where it now
resides. When an NFSv4.1 client first contacts that destination
server, it uses EXCHANGE_ID to detect trunking relationships.

The lease that was copied there is returned to that client, but the
destination server sets EXCHGID4_FLAG_CONFIRMED_R when replying to
the client. This is because the lease was confirmed on the source
server (before it was copied).

When CONFIRMED_R is set, the client throws away the sequence ID
returned by the server. During a Transparent State Migration, however
there's no other way for the client to know what sequence ID to use
with a lease that's been migrated.

Therefore, the client must save and use the contrived slot sequence
value returned by the destination server even when CONFIRMED_R is
set.

Note that some servers always return a seqid of 1 after a migration.
Reported-by: default avatarXuan Qi <xuan.qi@oracle.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarChuck Lever <chuck.lever@oracle.com>
Tested-by: default avatarXuan Qi <xuan.qi@oracle.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarAnna Schumaker <Anna.Schumaker@Netapp.com>
parent 8dcbec6d
......@@ -7378,12 +7378,11 @@ static void nfs4_exchange_id_done(struct rpc_task *task, void *data)
if (status == 0) {
clp->cl_clientid = cdata->res.clientid;
clp->cl_exchange_flags = cdata->res.flags;
clp->cl_seqid = cdata->res.seqid;
/* Client ID is not confirmed */
if (!(cdata->res.flags & EXCHGID4_FLAG_CONFIRMED_R)) {
if (!(cdata->res.flags & EXCHGID4_FLAG_CONFIRMED_R))
clear_bit(NFS4_SESSION_ESTABLISHED,
&clp->cl_session->session_state);
clp->cl_seqid = cdata->res.seqid;
}
&clp->cl_session->session_state);
kfree(clp->cl_serverowner);
clp->cl_serverowner = cdata->res.server_owner;
......
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