Has anyone been able to get a working NFS 4 automount in Mac OS X?
I'm desperately trying to find a way to automatically mount a NFS v4 share from my NAS to my MacBook Pro with Mac OS 10.11.6, but keep hitting a kernel panic.
Upon boot/login, the automount works perfectly. And I can manually u/mount the share (
mount -o nfsvers=4 nas:/nfs/htpc-media /tmp/foobar) without trouble. But when I put my Mac to sleep, I get a kernel panic about 2 seconds after waking it back up.
NFS v3 works a little better, but it will still occasionally crash after a few wakes. I'd really prefer to run v4 services only.
Here's the client setup:
# # Automounter master map # +auto_master # Use directory service /net -hosts -nobrowse,hidefromfinder,nosuid,nfc /home auto_home -nobrowse,hidefromfinder /Network/Servers -fstab /- -static /- auto_nfs
/nfs/media -fstype=nfs,nfsvers=4,soft,intr nas:/nfs/htpc-media
And on the NAS (running Debian Stretch):
Stuff I've tried:
- turning off firewalls on both ends
- using IP addresses instead of hostnames (i.e.
nas- rules out DNS issues)
- lots of permutations of client mount options
- booting Mac OS X into safe mode (rules out kext)
- poring through Console to see if there's anything interesting or related
- automounting shares from a completely separate server (rules out server misconfiguration)
Am I missing something obvious? Any help would be appreciated. Happy to post crash logs if that'd be useful.