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hi, i'm a newbie to kernel programming. i edited fs/read_write.c to incorporate some caching on NFS. But the path_walk() fails and it returns -530. what it means...??? can anyone help ...
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    path_walk() returns errorno -530


    hi,
    i'm a newbie to kernel programming. i edited fs/read_write.c to
    incorporate some caching on NFS. But the path_walk() fails and it returns
    -530. what it means...??? can anyone help me????...... i'm working with 2.4.7-10 kernel on redhat 7.2. Thanx in advance.

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    did you edit any of the variables that get passed to path_walk? that seems the most likely problem, you changed something that gets paseed to it, so all of its algorithms are shot.
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