This is my setup:
- MBP 13" with macOS Sierra (hostname: SilverMoon)
- Video libraries stored on USB disk
- NFS share in /etc/exports: /Volumes/1TB\ HFS+ -mapall=Michele -ro -network 192.168.1.0 -mask 255.255.255.0
- Library Share details in Infuse Pro:
Name: SilverMoon (NFS)
Since I use the MBP for work I daily eject the USB disk(s) and at work I obviously get a different Internet connection. Back at home I regularly reconnect the USB disks and I connect it either via WiFi or Ethernet but always with the same IP address (192.168.1.2). After that, even after hours, going into Infuse the NFS share is disconnected (no access with the “empty” symbol ø). Still the NFS share looks enabled and active:
Silvermoon:~ Michele$ showmount -e
Exports list on localhost:
/Volumes/1TB HFS+ 192.168.1.0
Silvermoon:~ Michele$ showmount -a
All mounts on localhost:
After running the command: “sudo nfsd restart” it worked, but I had to wait a couple of minutes and it seemed to work only after going into Settings/Shares/SilverMoon(NFS).
Now I am not sure if this has to do with macOS, Infuse or tvOS, but it is quite inconvenient.