I'm not 100% sure if this is just my misinterpretation of the mount output, or if this is actually an issue. I'm mounting an nfs share with the following command:
mount -t nfs -o nolocks,noowners 10.0.0.1:/vol/shared ~/shared
But when I look at the output of
mount I see the following:
10.0.0.1:/vol/shared on /Users/ryan/shared (nfs, nodev, nosuid, noowners, mounted by ryan)
Why isn't nolocks listed in the options? The reason I need this option enabled is that the server I'm connecting to doesn't have locking enabled, and when I try and use the share I experience extremely slow performance as a result (at least this is the most likely reason). I'm fairly sure that it isn't mounting the share with locking disabled, because I'm still experiencing the same issue.