smokey7722 wrote:Was there any results to this other than avoiding NFS and to use CIFS/SMB? I really would rather not use CIFS/SMB if at all possible. I have an installation using SAB that has all of its folders (except admin) stored over an NFS share and I can reproduce this every time. The machine with SAB is a VM hosted and does not have any ability to add additional local storage to it. I was hoping there may be something that can be done to get NFS working correctly?
I have sabnzbd running on a Seagate Dockstar that boots Debian squeeze from a 4 GB thumb drive; there is basically no local storage. The watch folder, temp folder, completed folder, admin folder, and log folder are all on an nfs share mounted from another Dockstar/Debian that acts as a NAS. It has worked like this for months. No problem.