So a bit confused here. How are you comparing the systems if they are configured differently?
Also for the Iperf3 test I assume you did it between each Vero and the NFS Server, or? Did you also tried the reverse direction with -R?
How are you comparing the systems if they are configured differently?
I’m happy to pretend the 4k doesn’t exist, if that helps.
Either way, at boot the 4Kplus now no longer mounts NFS (it times out).
It also has a lot of trouble talking to the mysql server (times out and hits connection limits)
It also has a very high ping.
I assume you did it between each Vero and the NFS Server
Did you also tried the reverse direction
Here are the reverse results. Each from the vero unit to the NFS/Mysql server
[ 4] local 10.9.16.100 port 5001 connected with 10.9.16.111 port 33985
[ 4] 0.0-10.1 sec 113 MBytes 94.1 Mbits/sec
[ 5] local 10.9.16.100 port 5001 connected with 10.9.16.110 port 38139
[ 5] 0.0-10.1 sec 113 MBytes 94.1 Mbits/sec
The NFS/MySQL server is a FreeBSD desktop, and has gigabit support.
Between it and the 4Kplus is Ethernet over Power. However, I’ve just unplugged the 4Kplus from there, taken it down and plugged in in place of the 4K, directly into the gigabit switch that the NFS server is plugged into. It’s still seeing the same symptoms.
I’m happy to upload logs again, now that they’re on the same switch, if you think that will help
edit: a slight correction. It’s still seeing the symptoms of not being able to mount NFS. Ping has now dropped to the same levels I saw for the 4K, and it may be that the EoP was always giving me horrendous ping, and that was a red herring. The NFS mounting issues are definitely new though
I’m just struggling to see why this is not working. It has been operational like this, using NFS a year and a half now. First on the 4K and then on the 4Kplus. Then today I reboot, and it no longer works.
That’s by design. Different hosts for different purposes. The 4K is fine. It mounts NFS when I want to copy files to it, then it gets shut down and moved with us to watch episodes at a different house with no networking. If I had those automout, it’d try to do it at boot at the other house and take minutes failing.
I just re-tested autofs once more (went down this path initially when I got the 4K).
It just doesn’t mount the damn filesystems for osmc. I follow the guide, and sure if I log in and ls it mounts them. But if I reboot and let kodi come up, nothing gets mounted and no files are available.