Sorry for the typos (I'm really sick today). I'm not talking of "c", it's
always "s". That is, I meant "s" and "i" options and never intended to talk
about "c"

Just to clean up the mess: s/"c"/"s"/g

> Oliver,
>
> > It is my understanding that the interruptible flag has only
> > an effect when a signal is delivered to a process which is
> > blocked on NFS I/O. Or am I wrong?

>
> Do you use "i" or "s" option or both? With "c" you may try to turn off the
> dynamic retransmit timeout estimator and set timeout explicitly with "t".
> We faced a problem similar to yours when using "ci" for UDP mounts from
> FreeBSD client and Intel Solaris 8 server.

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