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NFS mounted directory: "ls" problem

I have another problem with Netware shared NFS.

Server: NW6.5 sp3 CPR release
Client: Solaris and Linux

When some users type "ls" in his home directory, nothing shown in
Solaris, Linux showed "ls: reading directory unknown error 526", xnfs
trace showed "NFS: 10006" in red.

If users knew his file/subdirectory names, these file/directories can be
access nomally. The error only appeared in that level of directory not
in subdirectory. Everything is fine with PC client. If I created a new
directory and copy everything in that directory to the new one (using
PC), they all showed up correctly in NFS mounted directory. This problem
only happened to few users.

Any clue?


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