I'm exporting several paths for NFS usage but every so often when I come to use one of the paths the mount point is to one of the other NFS shares, example...
I browse Backup and see the contents of Download, all the NFS shares will do and lead to the same path this unless I restart the NFS service. The folder it glitches on seems to be random each time the glitch starts, i.e. it isn't always Download the other mount points lead. When this happens I always have a long list of NFS connections showing in the "On-line Users" view of the Web GUI...the strange thing is that there isn't a frequency to this, i.e. a lapsed period of time when it happens, its always when I'm attemping something new...example is using OpenELEC and trying to switch from using Samba as the media library protocol to NFS, this always generates this problem. The strange thing is that I network boot OpenELEC which requires NFS connections and this works flawlessly day in day out. Today it happened after booting my netbook into Ubuntu x64...mount points defined in /etc/fstab...I opened a GUI filebrowser and the problem was present.
From what I've read there seems some correlation with NFS mounts not being unmounted properly but I'm not sure if this is it or how I'd go about limiting the problem save manually unmounting all my NFS shares everytime? (Not sure this is possible in OpenELEC/xbmc!?)
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Can anyone help out? TIA.