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I can't seem to find something in the documentations. Is it possible to set the cache size for fuse and/or sshfs and if so, how?

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By default, sshfs caches things for 20 seconds, use -o cache_timeout=N to change the default cache timeout (in seconds) or -o cache=no for disabling the cache.

You can also control cache timeouts for directory listing etc with -o cache_stat_timeout=N, -o cache_dir_timout=N, and -o cache_link_timout=N.


also u can use system-wide cache

-o kernel_cache

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shfsmount user@host /mnt/shfs -o cachesize=256 does not work with sshfs :) It's for shfs not for sshfs. – Jan Deinhard Jul 25 '11 at 12:23
    
sorry) so u have use kernel cache and system-wide settings or use timeouts. – arheops Jul 25 '11 at 12:30
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maybe u can use FS-Cache / CacheFS over sshfs to do cache &turn off sshfs cache.sorry, not tried that. see this article en.gentoo-wiki.com/wiki/CacheFS – arheops Jul 25 '11 at 12:33

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