I have an ubuntu system which I'm controlling with commands as a regular user over ssh. On that machine I have an fstab entry for an NFS share. I can mount and unmount the folder because I have the
user option set in the fstab entry.
The problem is that the NFS SERVER is shutdown nightly (not going to change) resulting in a
Stale file handle error on the client.
As a sudo user I could simply force an umount/mount for the NFS share but this isnt possible as I'm controlling the machine as a regular user over ssh and I dont intent to pipe the password.
So the question is:
How, as a regular user, can I unmount/remount or otherwise fix my
Stale file handle fault?