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James

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Keith,

Also found this document. Seems you have a few more options.

https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=2ahUKEwiwnOrywrnfAhVCdCsKHec5DYUQFjAAegQIKxAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thecus.com%2Fdownload%2Fhowtoguide%2FHowtoAccessSharedFolderLocallywithNFS.pdf&usg=AOvVaw3Qkl1e5W3r9Cb3IeOT2F66
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keith_leitch

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Funny you should suggest this, James. That was what I was trying to use for years before I purchased this "proper" NAS. I could never get it to even mount a folder, so I am actually one step further now than I was in those days.

Still, I'm glad you suggested it, because it is worth trying the TAP with another NAS. 

You are also smart to post that document. I found it about an hour ago, and it leads me to think that I am supposed to add and share new volumes as specific mount-points, rather than trying to modify the permissions on the existing folders. I will have to play around with that when I get a chance. Ultimately, the goal is to have my Windows, Android and Topfield systems all access, read and write the same fileset. Otherwise, what's the point?
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James

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Keith,
I just refreshed myself on FreeNFS. Relatively quick to set up.
I created a folder on C: called Files. I then shared this folder.
As per the .ini file - On the Toppy the files appear in a folder called WIN7.
My PC is 192.168.0.012.  The path - /Files


FreeNFS.jpg 

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keith_leitch

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The volume I was using was the issue. I don't know why, but the volume set up by default with the system doesn't seem to work with an NFS share. Once I set up my own volume and shared it through both NFS and Samba, the PVR was able to access it.

Now I have some questions that James or Ian might be able to answer. (Or anyone else, for that matter).

  1. How reliable is recording to the NAS?
  2. If I set the PVR to record to the NAS and it loses access, will it record to the local hard drive instead?
  3. Does the TMS speak NFS4, or just NFS3?
  4. Has anyone ever tried copying large number of files through these mounts? Does it work well, or does it drop out?
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James

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Sorry Keith, not much help really from me. I did try record to the NAS when I first set it up and it worked as expected however,
I didn't really load test it with a quad recording. I use it almost solely to stream media files from the NAS to the PVR so I can't 
really answer questions 2 thru 4 sorry. One thing that doesn't work quite as good is skipping backwards. Forward is fine but a
10 second backward skip may actually only yield a 2 second skip. I usually have to push the remote button several times or push
the play button and then arrow back on the slider.
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keith_leitch

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It's been interesting playing around with this. While I was getting it working, I realised that NASMount is really just piecing together a Linux 'mount' command, isn't it? Couldn't a person just run that from a script in TMSServer?
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