When I try rm -rf on a directory which has a lot of subdirectories and/or files and which is mounted with SSHFS, then I takes a while to execute. Is it normal ? I would like to know how rm -rf works ...
After working with a few large files over sshfs, one question started dwelling in my mind. Suppose I have a sshfs (or NFS for that matter) mount on ~/remodetir and I want to do something like cp ...
Under linux 2.6 (CentOS 5.3 actually), I have a file system that works okay for a few minutes, then drops to read-only mode, while I am trying to read/write data to it. It is an ext3 file system ...
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?