NFS Input/Output error after filesystem mounted problem
I am new to this forum and I am having this strange issue with NFS with my FreeBSD NFS server and a Linux (Debian) NFS client. I've been searching around and haven't had much success in finding any solutions.
Essentially I just want to share the filesystem as if it were a local filesystem where one ofmy user groups has full access to it. The problem I am having is after I mount an exported filesystem. Once the filesystem is mounted, I can access it and copy files over as a non-root user without any problems. However after maybe 20 - 30 min. after being connected, when I try access the mounted file system, I get a:
bash: cd: /s01: Input/output error
The root user on the NFS client can still access the file system without problems. The only work around I have discovered is by remounting the file system. Has anyone come across a problem like this, and if so are there any solutions?
I mount the filesystem in /etc/fstab with the following:
ws123:/s01 /s01 nfs rsize=4096,wsize=4096,hard,intr 0 0