NFS on MAC OSX 10.11.6 El Capitan

slowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowslowetc…not!

use NFS Manager to mount your NFS shares. To get the correct options, login to your NFS via ssh and execute:

cat /etc/exports

should look somethin like

/home           *.galaxis.de(rw,no_subtree_check,insecure)
/usr/share      *.galaxis.de(ro,all_squash)
/nfs/Data *(rw,all_squash,sync,insecure,anonuid=65534,anongid=65534)

i also use nolocks and noatime.

Past: 5.6MB/s Now: 13.2MB/s

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