I have two raspi running both upgraded right now to DietPi v8.3.1. On both systems an NFS filesystem from a small Qnap NAS storage is mounted. On one system the nfs mounted filesystem is still running fine, on the other it hangs as soon a I try to access files from the NFS server.
root@pi2udhifi:/mnt# cd nfs
nfs <— works fine
root@pi2udhifi:/mnt/nfs# ls -la <— here it hangs forever…
NFS was initially mounted using the dietpi-drive_manager. The problem is neither solved by a reboot of the nfs server nor of the nfs client.
I tried unsuccessfully to delete and recreate the nfs mount using the dietpi-drive_manager - it hangs as well.
Now I only mount it via:
mount.nfs 192.168.16.32:/ /mnt/nfs nfs nofail
It hangs as the original configuration via dietpi-drive_manager.
Parameters are used from the still working DietPi installation of the other raspi.
Export of the nfs file system is not restricted:
root@pi2udhifi:/mnt/nfs# showmount -e 192.168.16.32
Export list for 192.168.16.32:
Network connection is established:
root@pi2udhifi:/mnt/nfs# netstat -nt
Aktive Internetverbindungen (ohne Server)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State
tcp 0 0 192.168.16.10:60508 192.168.16.1:49000 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 192.168.16.10:60518 192.168.16.1:49000 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 192.168.16.10:924 192.168.16.32:2049 VERBUNDEN
I can’t find the reason for this problem and ask for advice.