Does anybody use a NFS to host Confluence Attachments?

I am in the beggining stages of a Confluence implementation, and we would like to use a NFS to host the attachments. Does anybody currently use this method? If so, what pitfalls have you encountered. Otherwise, what mechanism do you use for attachment storage? It seems to be a big consideration in general.

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I have been using NFS for attachments for the last few month swith no perceived ill effects.

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Don't use NFS, that's for sure.

Have you had any specific issues?

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