We have multiple Mac OS/OSX servers (A mix of El Cap and High Sierra) that have SMB shares mounted for backing /archiving jobs (chronosync and P5)
The SMB shares are connected via "connect to server" and generally remain stable, but become unmounted randomly at least once every 1-2 days.
My question: Is there any way analyse the logs (We've looked in system.log) and find the reason for the unmount?
The goal here is to keep the SMB shares mounted at all cost.
I've read around on StackExchange and tried analysing the network connections using the command from this post:
netstat -I ping -c 90 -i 10 your_SMB_server tail -f /var/log/system.log
No errors or issues with the packets found.
I'm sure there's a sys admin expert out that must have solved this already ;)
Appreciate any suggestions or ideas, however rudimentary