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www-data access sshfs mount point

I have an Apache2 on a Debian Linux. I mount a sshfs to the directory /mnt/mountpoint/ (it is mounted on boot time via /etc/fstab). It is accessed with a softlink from /var/www/mountpoint. When I ...
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Faster file writing on sshfs mounted directory

Here is the following scenario: I have server1 and server2 and using sshfs I mount a directory from server2 on server1, let's say /mnt. Now, if I try to unpack a 50K files archive on server1:/mnt it ...
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How to set up sshfs to use www-data

I have 2 Debian systems, prod1 and prod2, with their respective users, prod1 and prod2 as well. I want to setup an sshfs with autofs to have a directory on prod1 in the /home/prod1/ that the user ...
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Improving SSHFS performance when reflecting changes in host directory

I have an SSHFS mount from a Ubuntu Server VM guest, mounting a host Mac OS X directory. Changes made directly in the Mac OS X host directory take approx 5 - 10 seconds to reflect in the Ubuntu Server ...
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sshfs mounts allowing client-side modifications that do not show up on the server side

I'm having trouble making changes to the server side of an sshfs mount. Here's my setup (client side): # mkdir /home/[username]/www # sshfs -o allow_other -o reconnect -o ...
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Failing SSHFS connection drags down the system

From time to time my sshfs mount fails. All programs using the mount freeze when it happens. I can't even ls anything or use nautilus. Is there a way to find out what's the cause and how to handle ...
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Denied root access to user mounted FUSE file system

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 ...
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How to automount home directory from remote machine?

I have two computers connected in network and I would like them to share my home directory. I thought of mounting on one of them home directory from another computer. I may happen that one of those ...
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Remotely mount *nix $HOME dir from Windows

I need a solution for mounting *nix /home dirs remotely from Windows. I need something that will have Windows treat the files as a native device and allow you to open/edit files with any local program ...