Hi, I've got my Macs mounting a directory served over NFS from my Debian Linux server. My server is running on somewhat flaky hardware, and occasionally it craps out and needs a reboot. Sometimes after doing this, my Mac gets stuck in a weird state of being able to access some files on the NFS share but not others. The NFS server is clearly working correctly again because I can get to certain directories from the top-level share, but other top-level directories are inaccessible, both from Finder and Terminal (which gives "no such file or directory" when I do an ls in the top-level directory). This always gets fixed if I reboot my Mac, but that's a pain -- I'd rather just have it remount my NFS share, but I'm not sure how to do that. I've entered my NFS share in Disk Utility, so it automounts at boot and I don't normally have to manually mount or anything like that. Anyone know how to force a manual remount?