Hi, after trying sshfs to mount a remote file system on a server with the result that sshfs will sooner or later get stuck and require a reboot of the client, I'm fed up with it and am looking for alternatives. So next I would like to use NFS over a VPN connection instead. To minimize the instances of the NFS mount getting stuck, it might be helpful to use autofs. What happens when the mount is stuck because the connection is down and autofs figures the idle timeout has expired and tries to unmount the remote file system? What happens when I put the client to sleep by suspending to RAM? Will autofs automatically unmount first, or will the server have to deal with a client that has apparently gone away and might re-appear later in unexpected ways? Is there a way to tell NFS to retry an operation _now_ after the connection went down and came back, rather than having to wait for a possibly rather long time? Is there a better alternative for mounting remote file systems over unreliable connections?