sshfs is a FUSE filesystem for Linux which allows directories on remote machines accessible via SSH to be mounted locally.

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coreos mount cifs or sshfs or any other networked file system

For development I want to mount a file share from my windows dev box inside my CoreOS VM, so I can then mount that volume inside a container. CoreOS doesn't appear to support doing this, and comes ...
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SSH and SSHFS not completely connecting

I'm trying to connect between an Ubuntu and CentOS and reverse. From both sides I get black screen where I can press enter but nothing happens, not being asked for password. examples: SSH ...
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Remote filesystem issue - How to deal with links

I was having a big problem with a VM host storing emails, can scale the VM storage at the time, so migration is required. To give me some time to prepare the migration, I have mounted via sshfs a new ...
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sshfs mount using sudo'ed account

We have a linux system ferguson. On ferguson: I have user id a123. As user id a123, I am able to sudo su into userid admin. There is no direct login for the userid admin. We have to use our ...
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Why can't I setup an SSHFS share? “OSXFUSE file system is not available” error

I'm trying to setup an SSHFS share from my local machine to a remote machine, but it is not working. I'm getting the error OSXFUSE file system is not available (see below). How to fix this?? FYI, my ...
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What gets transferred over sshfs?

I have used an sshfs connection on a local network. Because it's a local network, I didn't have any issues with data volumes or transfer. I wonder if anyone can tell me about using sshfs remotely, on ...
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Why does sshfs change permissions of the local mountpoint to root?

this is the command: pc@linux-vhvu:~> sshfs -o nonempty -o sshfs_debug root@XXXXXXXXXXXXX: ./dg SSHFS version 2.3 Password: Server version: 3 Extension: posix-rename@openssh.com <1> ...
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sshfs fails sporadically in ec2

I am running multiple (2-5) Jenkins build slaves in AWS EC2. The master and slaves run Ubuntu 14.04. The slaves scale up and down dynamically. They compile Java/Scala projects build using SBT. To ...
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Preserving file permissions over sshfs when remote umask set correctly

I have a drive on a remote server that I've mounted on my local machine via sshfs. My umask on both my local machine and my remote dir are set to the same thing. When I touch a file either by ...
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What are large read requests in sshfs and is it recommended to enable them?

sshfs has the following option: -o large_read issue large read requests (2.4 only) What exactly does this do and how large are large read requests? Would it be recommended generally ...
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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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Is it better to use rsync over SSHFS or over CIFS as remote repository, having no option for rsyncd?

I have a NAS that is only capable of CIFS, AFS, SSH (no rsyncd capabilities, no NFS). I have to backup very large files (vm images) and I usually set a rsync server on the backup device then I do a ...
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Storing backups on a remote filesystem

I have a FreeNAS solution, in which I'll would like to save my backups. Currently I was doing some scripting to rsync/tarball, but I want a something more easy to manage, so I figure out, to run a ...
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Mount a SFTP remote filesystem that doesn't give shell access

I have a NAS that exposes its filesystem as SFTP, but it doesn't give any access to connect throught SSH as a normal user. I've tried to use sshfs to mount it from a remote webserver, but I receive ...
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How do I mount sshfs at boot?

Using a NAS box as 24/7 file server, I'd like to use sshfs to connect to it from an Ubuntu 9.04 desktop. Currently, I have this line in the desktop's fstab: sshfs#jldugger@storage:/mnt/HD_a2/ ...
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IMAP archive on NAS storage forces a Error: Input/output error for maildir_lock [closed]

My server is running out of hard disk space. The main reason is a huge amount of archived IMAP mails. Therefore my idea was to put all archived mails on my NAS and mount that folder on my server. ...
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Wrong owner/group with SSHFS

I mounted a remote with SSHFS and everything works as expected, except the owner/group information. No matter what file's owner/group I check, it's always root:root. I'm mounting the remote like this ...
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How do I sudo over sshfs?

On my local host alpha I have a directory foo that is mapped via sshfs to host bravo as follows: $ sshfs charlie@bravo:/home/charlie ~/foo However, on host bravo there is another user, delta, that ...
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Unable to mount remote folder with sshfs

Both are ubuntu machines. I checked the IP of my other machine which is pingable as well. But When I do sudo sshfs r@192.168.1.4:/home/r/ /home/r/link/, it does not work. I get the message Connection ...
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How to run sshfs through ssh command?

I tried to run sshfs through ssh in one command. For example, if I do : $ ssh user@host user@host$ sshfs host:/src /target Everything is ok. Now, if I tried this in one command : ssh -t "sshfs ...
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SSHFS mounts use too much memory

I have 21 SSHFS mounts from a Debian server to another one. The servers are on a 1Gbps LAN. When I mount these 21 FS, 675 MB of real memory (not buffer nor cache) are allocated on the server mounting ...
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sshfs mounts from command line but not through fstab

I'm able to mount an sshfs network share from the command line (using Ubuntu 14.04), like this: sshfs server-name:/usr/local/things /home/myname/stuff but I can't make it persistent using fstab. ...
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How to keep Rsync from chown'ing transfered files?

I have a sshfs connection setup with a remote filesystem on a Linux server. I'm doing an Rsync from my local server to the ftpfs-filesystem. Because of the nature of this setup, I can't chown anything ...
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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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automount works but autofs wont mount

I know this subject has been discussed so many times that I'm almost ashamed I haven't found the solution to my issue yet. Clearly there is something I quite don't understand and would really ...
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Does a successful ssh, and a failed sshfs must imply a local error?

I can successfully log on to a server via ssh. ssh root@server_ip However, trying to sshfs sshfs root@server_ip:/home gives an error: remote host has disconnected If ssh is passing on the ...
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Logging sshfs reads + writes - Possible?

We use sshfs in quite a few situations. We were wondering if there was a way to log the read / writes made to the sshfs mounts we have so we could optimize things on our local side (eg: tweaking ...
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Mount SSHFS via FSTAB - Permissions Problem

I am having trouble mounting a remote file system via SSHFS/Fstab. The Client is a Ubuntu 10.10 box. The remote device is a Netgear ReadyNAS Pro. I created ssh keys already and can login without a ...
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How to preserve file ownership when editing files over sshfs?

I administer a Ubuntu web server running a LAMP stack. I am now trying to mount the file system to a Windows machine over SSH (using win-sshfs). This works as expected. However, when editing files ...
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how to copy move files in a remote server without downloading

CURRENT ESCENARIO: REMOTE Debian VPS in an untrusted datacenter (i.e. a third party hosting provider) serving files to the Office through internet. LOCAL Office with 4 Ubuntu, Mint and Debian ...
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sshfs does not mount automatically on remote server bounce

I have 2 ubuntu servers, successfully mounted a directory from server1 into server2. When I bounce the server1, how do I make sure the directory gets automatically mounted on server2 ? sudo sshfs ...
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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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cloud file storage (SSHFS usable?)

I am using Linode and plan on having multiple VPS behind a Load Balancer to run my application. The problem i have is with storage, in the next year i see at least 2TB of storage required. I have ...
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Is sshfs+encfs stable?

What is your experience in using ENCFS with SSHFS for remote backup ? My main wondering is about long term stability.
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How could one speed up SSHFS in LAN?

I am using SSHFS to transfer files under Linux between my notebook and my desktop machine. It's easier then NFS because one doesn't have to configure mount points and permissions a priori. Now, using ...
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Why do I get “Operation not permitted” when trying to mount a volume using sshfs and MacFUSE?

I installed MacFUSE (from http://code.google.com/p/macfuse/downloads/list), restarted, and then downloaded sshfs-static-leopard.gz, and moved sshfs-static-leopard to /usr/sbin/sshfs (and did a chmod ...
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Use SSHFS on XenServer 6.1

On Xen Server 6.1, to backup my VMs, I use a script based on the following tools: xe vm-list to build a list of the VMs to backup xe vm-snapshot to take a snapshot of the VMs xe template-param-set ...
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keep ssh connection alive and persistant while switching network interface connections

Scenario: At my desk with laptop plugged in to ethernet and connected to remote server over SSH Want to move to other side of office with laptop and change to WiFi without interrupting SSH ...
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What is going on with openssh-xattr?

For ArchLinux, I've seen this package surface: openssh-xattr https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=58363 As it seems a patched openssh that adds xattr facilities to the sftp ssh ...
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Rackspace cloud sites to local server backup

I use rackspace cloud sites and don't have accsess to SSH or RSYNC on their servers, but I do access to SSHFS. I would like to be able to backup my cloud site to my local Ubuntu server, which has ...
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Any tricks for making sshfs authenticate only on write?

There is seemingly a trick for creating read-only sshfs logins with the read only attribute is enforced by the remote's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. You first create a program ~/.ssh/ro-sftp-server ...
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How to make sshfs + VPN + git a tolerable working environment?

Currently the code base for the project I am working on is remotely on a company server. and it has to stay like that. also the remote git repository cannot be made public. My current setup is: ...
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sshfs mount using public key authentication: execvp: No such file or directory

I am trying to mount a remote file system through sshfs using public key authentication. I am getting this error: execvp: No such file or directory I can confirm that public key authentication is ...
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Mounting fuse sshfs fails when invoked by Cron on FreeBSD 9.0

I have a remote server filesystem that I'm attempting to mount locally on a FreeBSD 9 machine via FUSE sshfs, and Cron for a backup routine. I have ssh keys between the boxes setup to allow for ...
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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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SSHFS on startup CentOS 6.3

I edited the file /etc/rc.d/rc.local and added the following lines in order to mount a remote directory through sshfs at boot time: su user -c "/usr/bin/sshfs -o idmap=user -o reconnect -o ...
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sshfs mount won't start from /etc/rc.local

I have the following commands in /etc/rc.local chmod 666 /dev/fuse chmod +x /usr/bin/fusermount /bin/su someuser -c "/usr/bin/sshfs someuser@someserver:/usr/local/storage ...
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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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Problem with pam_mount sshfs and home folders as mount points

I am trying to use pam_mount to mount each users home folder over sshfs when each user logs in. The problem I have gotten stuck on is that when pam_mount calls mount.fuse and mount.fuse uses ssh to ...
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Install sshfs on Amazon Linux AMI 2012.03

SSHFS does not seem to be in the repository of the Amazon Linux AMI 2012.03. So I tried from Source: wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/fuse/fuse-2.X/2.9.1/fuse-2.9.1.tar.gz tar xvzf ...