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NFS client crashes and docker woes
I'm running a 3 node RPI docker swarm without problem. My persistent volumes are stored on my NAS and this has been working with for example Influxdb for several months.

Now I bought an Asus Tinker Board because of the 2GB RAM, so my influx instance can run on that one.. but I always have problems:

With TinkerOS, docker swarm is not working because of missing network modules
I installed armbian, which made docker able to join swarm and everything seems to work. I start up Influx service but after a while I start getting NFS cannot connect. After a while I also get a kernel panic about influxdb being unresponsive.

I've tried feeding through GPIO port and also bought the official power supply, also have a fan at the CPU.

So my question:
Is there some strangeness going on with the LAN driver in armbian for tinker board? Specifically regarding NFS4/tcp
Is it possible to get docker swarm running on TinkerOS ?
Is there some other OS for the tinker board that can run docker swarm?
So I "solved" this myself. Apparently hardware offloading of tx-checksumming makes something crash. So for the moment I will just be disabling this.

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