My NFS share no longer mounts. The share is on a NAS server (QNAP) and it is functional. Tested with another PC. The fstab is identical to mine.
I have no firewall active on my machine, nor selinux. The ping sees the server and responds correctly. By the way, on this NAS, there is also a Samba share that works well on my machine.
I’m trying to remember if I updated before the malfunction but it’s impossible to tell. One thing is for sure, I have restarted the NAS server. But since the other PC (linux Mint), is working fine, I excluded the server sharing.
showmount -e server.home
outputs the share list correctly. with “*” for each.
All share is same and like that :
server.home:/Public /media/server/Public nfs4 rw,auto,_netdev,user,tcp,nofail 0 0
service rpcbind status
Is started but was not. This did not change anything.
And if I do :
sudo mount /media/server/Public
There is no timeout, no error and it never ends, at least after 15 minutes…
Of course I am up to date on Fedora 35. I had to decend to legacy the crypto to be able to connect to the VPN of my box.
sudo update-crypto-policies --set LEGACY
And I have Oracle Virtual Box installed. No virtual machine is started when I try to mount the shares.
I am at the end of my knowledge. Does anyone have an idea?