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

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What does take all the cpu here?

On a small SSD VPS I got 2 GB of RAM and 2 vCPU core (dedicated to my server), virtualized via KVM. So far so good. The server is mainly used for databases (MySQL) and fast network file storage (via ...
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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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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 SSH,...
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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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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 root@1.2.3....
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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 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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Where to define sshfs options when using autofs?

I have used the following guide: http://www.tjansson.dk/?p=84 to mount an SSHFS using Automount. The implementation works great. However, I need to add an option to SSHFS as defined here: http://...
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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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Samba Share on remote machine

I'm with the following environment: I have 3 computers: A machine working as a storage (Ubuntu 14.04) (Khan), a Samba Server (Ubuntu 14.04 with Samba 4.3.9 with a NT4-like Domain) (Vader) and a ...
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keep writing to file after network filesystem disconnects

I'm trying to transfer a huge growing logfile in a way that will survive network partitions between the client and server. If the network connection is lost, I cannot afford to retransmit the entire ...
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Write Permissions Denied when using sshfs to Mount Remote Directory on Boot

I have two Cent OS 7 servers I am trying to mount a directory from my host server to my client server. I want this to automatically mount on boot. On my host machine (hostmachine.local) I setup a ...
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Automatically change remote user with sshfs

I have two remote servers, foo and bar. On both servers I have a user git (with different uid and gid). Both servers are running Debian distributions. Both servers have their each others' root ssh ...
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network-mapped file system drops to read-only mid-stream, buffer I/O error with device mapper

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 ...
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sshfs “read: Connection reset by peer”

I am trying to connect to a remote machine from a client machine to mount a samba share in a local machine using sshfs but it throws this error "read: Connection reset by peer" test1 user is added ...
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sshfs works from command line, not fstab, on rhel5

I can mount via sshfs from the command line on my system of interest: # sshfs -o allow_other,uid=1001,gid=1001 server:/data/backups/oracle/odaroot ora_backups And it works just fine. When I ...
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SSHFS mount with sudo - how to restrict privileges?

I need to mount a remote server (server1) with an SSHFS mount on server2 via an automated script. I need to be able to access some files on server1 that require root access, but I don't want to enable ...
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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 ...