I thought that my last problem (constant buffering on large files) had been resolved with assistance from this group when someone suggested mounting my Windows shares via NFS instead of SMB. On performing this, the buffering issues were much improved and I thought it was all done and dusted. However, I have noticed that several shares stop working, while others continue to stay connected.
I have spent quite a lot of time searching for answers today on this forum and just generally, and I was wondering if the fault lies with my Windows 10 Pro PC has not been appropriately setup for allowing access to the Windows Shares via NFS (I do not use a NAS as I have plenty of storage within my PC). There does not seem to be any definitive guide on this and even the walk through ‘File sharing with a NAS, media server, windows share or other device’ assumes the device used a library is already set up.
A 'showmount -e just times out.
Can anyone help with the NFS configuration on the Windows PC please?