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Mount NFS directory at boot

I had the same problem as you. In my case, running sudo raspi-config and selecting Wait for network at boot/Yes did the trick.
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NFS Server: Not starting: portmapper is not running

I am running Raspbian Jessie Lite (released on Mar 18, 2016), and got the same issue. Here is my steps to completely fix this issue, even if after a reboot. Firstly have a look at the init file for /...
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NFS transfer speed Raspberry Pi 2 vs 3

Does anyone know how much speed I would gain in the same scenario with a Pi3 (just about..)? Only if the Pi currently does this with a very high processor usage, say 75%+. This would indicate it is ...
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NFS Server: Not starting: portmapper is not running

The underlying problem is the symlinks in /etc/rc*.d are scattered around a bit. Some of the suggestions above rely on remaking these links and, perhaps, they get made with more appropriate order. ...
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How can I connect to my RPi NFS server using version 4?

/exports/myfolder 192.168.1.0/24(rw,sync,insecure,no_subtree_check,nohide) run exportfs -ra and check your exports with 'exportfs -rv' command. then try to mount it : mount -t nfs4 192.168.1.91:/...
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Mount NFS Folder share on RPi from a synology NAS

The actual error may be that you are trying to mount /volumes1/Movies which is a typo error to ls -ls /volume1/ | grep Movies
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Install NFS server

The newest raspbian is based on jessie, so you should change your source to jessie. So just change deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free to deb http://...
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Mount NFS Folder share on RPi from a synology NAS

Before to mount the nfs, you must start rpc sudo /etc/init.d/rpcbind start
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nfs-kernel-server does not start after reboot

After evaluating tons of answers and threads about this topic I found a quite simple solution. The problem is that the rpcbind service is not started. This can be achieved just by adding the correct ...
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nfsroot boot fails - nfs server reports the request

I had the same problem. For me the fix was to force NFS version 3, by appending v3 as option to nfsroot: nfsroot=192.168.2.25:/srv/rpi-root-nfs,tcp,v3
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sqlite gigabyte database on RPi3B+

I log data to an SQLite3 database on a NFS filesystem with no problems. The only rule is one writer, multiple readers (to avoid the locking/locked database problem). To enforce that my reader programs ...
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sqlite gigabyte database on RPi3B+

As far as network file system go, reasonable options are AFAIK limited to NFS and SMB, and unless you need SMB features (like Windows compatibility) you should really go with NFS. It's much faster (...
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Which user is used to authenticate with the NFS server when mounting in fstab?

To elaborate the answer of @Seamus, you have to differentiate between the mount action and the access to the mount point. in principle these have nothing to do with each other. Following the Unix ...
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Which user is used to authenticate with the NFS server when mounting in fstab?

The root user mounts the drive. After it is mounted, the permissions on the NFS server will apply on a per-user basis. With respect to the related question, How Do I Setup User Permissions On My NFS ...
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Writing to a NAS from a Raspberry Pi 2B - SMB or NFS?

Part of your question may be soliciting an opinion: "...if it's worth the effort..." But there is one part that I feel can be answered factually: Forget about AFP... cross it off the list - ...
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Can I boot with a nfsroot over a wireless network?

I assume you are using the Raspberry Pi OS. You want to boot the kernel from the SD Card because network booting the kernel with WiFi isn't possible. But you want to use the root partition from an NFS ...
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Can a raspberry pi get the video feed of another through a NFS server between the two?

Part 1: Networking You should be able to directly connect two Pis together with an Ethernet cable for high-speed data transfers between them. In that scenario the Pis should still have internet access ...
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OMV: Unit proc-fs-nfsd.mount has failed

Be very careful when installing OMV on R-Pi! (See ref. here.) Download image from github. unxz the image. (With etcher you don't need to uncompress the image.) dd image to sd-card. Boot raspberry and ...
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Cannot see files from DSM I made with Transmission on NFS share on Synology NAS

Finally found what went wrong. I made an error in the path of the mount target, so the files never reached the share, they were just somewhere on the sdcard of the Pi. But when I corrected the error, ...
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Cannot automatically mount NFS share to Raspberry Pi

You might want to try enabling Wait for Network in raspi-config. See this for instructions: https://github.com/legotheboss/YouTube-files/wiki/(RPi)-Wait-For-Network-at-Boot
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Cannot automatically mount NFS share to Raspberry Pi

There is some curious with your installation to start nfs. My answer is valid for Raspbian Stretch, don't know what you are using. On modern operating systems there is cron managed by systemd. Check ...
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How to increase NFS clients beyond 16

Do you use NFSv3 or NFSv4? The only limitation I know is that a user can only have 16 group ids for access control. In /etc/default/nfs-kernel-server I have set RPCMOUNTDOPTS="--manage-gids --no-nfs-...
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NFS share won't mount on boot, but will manually

I was just able to get this accomplished with stretch version and NFS to my Synology NAS. Create the mount point you want: sudo mkdir /mnt/NAS Mounted it manually first: sudo mount -t nfs 192.168....
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Is it OK to install Jessie Lite on a Raspberry 1 model B?

I haven't had any issues still running a full blown Java web application. Been two weeks today.
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Is it OK to install Jessie Lite on a Raspberry 1 model B?

I can confirm it works on a Raspberry Pi Model B Rev. 2, as well as the Raspberry Pi Zero. I have both of these Pis, and have installed and successfully run Jessie Lite. It works very well, in my ...
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Is it OK to install Jessie Lite on a Raspberry 1 model B?

It should be okay to install Jessie on the Pi 1. It's compatible now. Besides, you won't break the Pi if you installed something incompatible. So relax and flash away.
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NFS mount at boot with autofs on Raspbian Jessie

I upgraded from Wheezy to Jessie and found that nfs wasn't mounting anymore. I use mounting by editing fstab directly. This might not be an exact answer to your question, but it might fix your issue. ...
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How much of core is used for nfs transfer

You do not need multiple cores. NFS transfers usually only use one CPU/core. You will have already reached your Ethernet connection's limit before you hit your CPU limit. It only matters when you ...
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Mount NFS Folder share on RPi from a synology NAS

I used cifs connections before and did not see /volume1 was missing. The following examples are working in my configuration similar to the ones above: sudo mount -t nfs 192.168.178.62:/volume1/pi/...
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NFS Server: Not starting: portmapper is not running

This works for me. Clean and resists reboots. You have to setup systemd to do the order properly cat <<EOF | sudo tee -a /etc/systemd/system/nfs-common.services [Unit] Description=NFS Common ...
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