Cloud Filestore has the following known issues.
Clients can't have an IP address from the
Clients with an IP address from the
172.17.0.0/16 range can't connect to
Cloud Filestore instances.
Slow response on Windows NFS clients
On some Windows NFS clients, it can take 20+ seconds to create a folder or delete files. To improve client response, use the following procedure to create a Windows firewall rule to block network traffic to the ports used by NetBIOS and SMB, usually ports 445 and 139.
- Open the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security snap-in in the Microsoft Management Console.
- In the left-hand pane, click Outbound Rules.
- In the right-hand Actions pane, click New Rule.
- In the New Outbound Rule Wizard, select the Port radio button and then click Next.
- Select the TCP radio button, select the Specific Remote ports radio button, and then type 445, 139 in the field next to the Specific Remote ports radio button. Click Next.
- Select the Block the connection radio button and then click Next.
- Select the Domain, Private, and Public checkboxes, and then click Next.
- Type a name for the firewall rule, and then click Finish.
No Premium tier quota in the us-west2 region
You might see a default quota of 0 for Cloud Filestore Premium tier capacity in the us-west2 region. If this is the case, you can't create Premium tier instances until quota is increased. To fix this issue, request additional quota.