I have several Linux and RPi systems around the house, and of course, every once in a while I need to grab a file from another system. Sometimes I'll use SSH, but I also use NFS and Samba randomly.
I've decided to restructure all the storage, and have both NFS and Samba working...but which one should I "standardize" on? For a home LAN configuration with synchronized uid/gids, it seems that NFS is the better choice from the perspective of simplicity, but Samba (at least in my configuration) maps my client root user to my remote personal user (pi), and that's a pretty nice feature as well.
If you use networked storage, and have tried both NFS and Samba, which one are you using, and why?
Thx for your thoughts!