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ls: reading directory ./: Input/output error via S3FS

I have a bucket with more than ten thousand files. I am getting the following error while doing 'ls -l' folder but working fine for less than 1000 files in the folder. Any suggestions? ls: reading ...
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Using Git as a means to sync zabbix instances

So in our environment, we are using a custom build of Zabbix as a monitoring solution. We have Zabbix deployed to four different sites, and would like to ensure that the build is consistent across all ...
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How to delete .fuse_hidden* files?

I have small Linux server (Debian Squeeze) which runs a Samba server which is configured to share some folders with some windows machines. While trying to delete one of the directories from windows I ...
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mount_afp on linux, user rights

I need to mount a remote filesystem on a linux box using the afp protocol. The linux box runs an old Debian 4. I downloaded the source code of mount_afp, compiled it and installed it with all the ...
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What is the potential for a FUSE mount to destabilize a Linux server?

I'm a sysadmin for a multi-user server, where students in our department have shell accounts. One of our users has requested that we install sshfs on it. I'm debating whether it would be wise to ...
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Getting errors running mount after installing s3fs (`MOUNT_2.22' not found required by mount)

Followed these instructions to install s3fs on Amazon Linux. It worked fine on one of my systems, however on a different system (following the same instructions) I am getting the following errors ...
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Accidentally moved FUSE mounted mount point, not cannot unmount. Any option besides reboot?

I mounted a disk image using a few different FUSE modules and then subsequently renamed the parent directory. The mounts have disappeared from the mtab and now the OS refuses to unmount them. ...
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Possible to mount an ext4 partition image via FUSE?

I'm attempting to mount an ext4 partition image in userspace. (no sudo, no special config/permissions modification to /dev/loop0 or /etc/fstab etc). So I'm hoping FUSE will come to the rescue. ...
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mounting webdav as user (no sudo)

With FUSE it is possible to mount many things purely as a non privileged user. However, it seems that for webdav davfs2 is the preferred project, which appears to be a filesystem driver and uses the ...
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zfs-fuse file permissions problems on CentOS/RHEL 5

I'm working with zfs-fuse as a way to provide filesystem compression on existing CentOS 5 servers. I'm dealing with a highly-compressible dataset (80%), so zfs-fuse comes in handy. I'm encountering ...
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cloud hosted sync with free file system integration

I'm currently using wuala for remote storage / sync, and while I dislike their GUI greatly (and their poor support for headless systems), they have one amazing feature where a virtual disk (windows) ...
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Why doesn't SSHFS let me look into a mounted directory?

I use SSHFS to mount a directory on a remote server. There is a user xxx on client and server. UID and GID are identical on both boxes. I use sshfs -o kernel_cache -o auto_cache -o reconnect -o ...
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Is it possible to set the cache size for fuse and/or sshfs?

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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lsof gives warning for some daemon

lsof | grep /var is giving me following error lsof: WARNING: can't stat() fuse.gvfs-fuse-daemon file system /home/user/.gvfs Output information may be incomplete. what can be possible reason for ...
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fstab: Email address as curlftpfs username

I want to mount a ftp share via the fstab file but my username is an email address. How do I enter this in the fstab? john@example.com:foobar@ftp.example.com, ...
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Mount an FTPS server to a linux directory (but get Access denied: 530 error)

Im trying to Mount FTPS to a directory but it doesn't seem to work... I can do this: lftp -p 990 user:pass@10.10.10.1 It will connect fine. But if I do this: curlftpfs 10.10.10.1:990 /mnt/test ...
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Mount a FTP(S) Server to a linux directory

I know i can mount over ssh/sftp/sshfs using FUSE, but can the same work with FTP/FTPS? the aim is to mount a FTPS server to e.g. /databackup I cant use SSH/SFTP/SSHFS as the host of the other ...
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SSHFS mount that survives disconnect

I'm using SSHFS mounts from my laptop to a central server. Obviously, the SSHFS mount is broken after a longer disconnect (eg. during suspend), cause the underlying SSH connection timed out. Is ...