• NFS Stale File Handles

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    When I try to use Veeam as a backup target using NFS, I always have to reboot my Veeam Backup server before starting the job or I will have errors about stale file handles in the Veeam logs and the job failes. The options provided on the forum with the tunables didn't work. The best possible solution would be to implement a newer version of NFS (4.x) so we can finally get rid of all these old time errors for multiple users.


    I'm running beta25 at the moment (latest at the time of posting)

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    I'm not running the beta. I'm still on 6.7.2 because of stale file handlers. I don't know if nfs v4 is the magic cure all.. but I'm all for anything that lets me update unraid. If that's not an option.. how to we help get v3 fixed? What info do the devs need? Logs from server and client? things to test? Name it. I'll do my best to provide it.

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