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A workaround is to edit /etc/fstab to use the _netdev mount option. From mount man page: _netdev The filesystem resides on a device that requires network access (used to prevent the system from attempting to mount these filesystems until the network has been enabled on the system). Other possibilities are to use the ...
It can be a problem related to packet size and latency. Try the following: enable jumbo frames (MTU >= 9000 bytes) on both machines use UDP or, alternatively, manually increase TCP window size on both machines The report back your results.
http://veerapen.blogspot.com/2011/09/tuning-redhat-enterprise-linux-rhel-54.html Configuring the Linux scheduler on systems with hardware RAID and changing the default from [cfq] to [noop] gives I/O improvements. Use the nfsstat command, to calculate percentage of reads/writes. Set the RAID controller cache ratio to match. For heavy workloads you will ...
I strongly suggest to give a look at rsnapshot: it basically is a perl wrapper around rsync with the added benefits of integrated snapshot rotation and much more.
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