Let me start with giving you the details of my setup:
I am running Fedora 13 on an x86_64 arch. I have mounted a remote directory using sshfs:
jim@localsite $ sshfs jim@remotesite:/home/jim /home/jim/remotemount
Now if su to root and try to read the content under the mount point, I get:
root@localsite $ ls -l /home/jim/remotemount ls: cannot access remotemount: Permission denied root@localsite $ ls -l /home/jim total 0 drwxrwx---. 1 jim jim 90 Oct 1 12:00 bin drwxrwx---. 1 jim jim 90 Oct 1 12:00 dev d?????????? ? ? ? ? ? remotemount drwxrwx---. 1 jim jim 90 Oct 1 12:00 tmp
Seeing that root cannot access the remotemount directory is rather odd. Is this expected behavior? If so, why? If not, any lead on how to go about fixing it will be helpful. Thanks.