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Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) is a loadable kernel module for Unix-like operating systems to make it possible to create userland filesystems, e.g. ntfs-3g.

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Reading fuse mount and filesystem stats

I have an sshfs.fuse mount. I am looking for a way to read mount statistics, e.g. bytes read/written, something similar to what /proc/diskstats contains for disk devices. fusermount has nothing to get ...
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Device /dev/fuse for a container running Rancher in Mac

I'm trying to test in my corporate Mac runnning Ventura 13.5.2 the new container Oracle Autonomous Database I'm running Rancher 1.10.0 I'm following the instructions in https://github.com/oracle/adb-...
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High latency when using FUSE to pass through to tmpfs + swap

I'm creating a shim layer over an in-memory file system (tmpfs) so that I can intercept the file system commands and do extra processing (the end goal is to replicate the writes over the network for ...
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When mounting external disk in fstab via fuse.sshfs it requires password although identityfile is set

Using Ubuntu 22.04. My fstab entry: some_user@some_storagebox.com:~/somedir /mnt/volume fuse.sshfs defaults,allow_other,reconnect,_netdev,users,ServerAliveInterval=15,identityfile=/root/.ssh/id_rsa,...
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Is there a good way to allow non-root users to mount arbitrary external USB drives on Linux?

We have a situation where a site office has a couple of Rocky Linux 8 servers and regularly receives large amounts of data from clients. Data arrives on a variety of external USB hard drives and the ...
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"portal" and "fuse.portal" meaning in mount system command's output in Linux

In mount system command's output in Debian Linux 10-like OS I have following string: portal on /run/user/1000/doc type fuse.portal (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=1000,group_id=1000) What means this ...
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SSHFS mount that freezes system on network disconnect

i am using SSHFS to mount a volume. But whenever anything causes a network disconnect or interruption my whole system will freeze up. Apps will be slow and unresponsive, and it is impossible for me to ...
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Docker: 'failed to open /dev/fuse: Permission denied' as non root user

What I want to achieve is to prepare Docker image in which every non-root user can make SSHF mount. MWE below: Dockerfile: FROM rocker/rstudio:4.0.3 USER root RUN apt-get update && apt-get ...
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Combination of S3 bucket, fuse, rclone mount and incron - not detecting changes

and thanks for reading..... I'm trying to setup a method whereby I have an on-premise Centos 7 server which uses rclone (mount) to mount an AWS S3 bucket as a file system. I've installed fuse to make ...
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Fedora 31 LXC service failed to start "Failed to start FUSE filesystem for LXC"

I'm trying to setup LXD system for test environments on Fedora Desktop workstation but the LXD service just wont start because the dependency service LXC fails. After trying to start the sudo ...
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Read only filesystem populated on demand

Basically I have a file system that is accessible both by NFS and ssh. I need a copy of this on my local. But I want to pull only those files that I need (basically cache them on demand). Since I'll ...
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Why /tmp is bound in /tmp ? How can I remove this bound

In Scientific Linux 6, a clone of RHEL6, I have the following mtab file: /dev/sda2 / ext4 rw 0 0 proc /proc proc rw 0 0 sysfs /sys sysfs rw 0 0 devpts /dev/pts devpts rw,gid=5,mode=620 0 0 tmpfs /dev/...
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Create a virtual tar file [closed]

The use case I am in mind is to make a backup of some data. I would like to create a tar file, mainly because there are tens of thousands of small files. I use a cloud storage service which basically ...
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How to Change Cloud API access scopes on GCP Compute Engine with out stopping the Instance

I'm using gcsfuse inside Google Compute Engine. I mounted a folder with cloud storage bucket but, unable to create any file inside of it: touch t1 with an error: touch: cannot touch 't1': Input/...
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How does S3FS (or any other S3 FUSE filsystem) compare to AWS FSx for Lustre + S3

I remember trying s3fs a year back, trying to use some S3 bucket as a FUSE filesystem. I remember it being quite laggy, especially when coupled with git operations on it (an oblivious system architect ...
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Should I use GlusterFS for mail server?

I'm planing to use GlusterFS for my mail server. But I read that GlusterFS have problems with small file ( and mail are small files). What's the problems with GlusterFS when come to working with small ...
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How can I limit the bandwidth over an SSHFS mount?

I am transfering large media files to my local machine over an SSHFS mount. I am not too concerned about speed and want to provide a better QOS to other network services and so want to limit the ...
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How to mount a fuse-sshfs file system inside a FreeBSD-12.0p10 jail

I wish to mount a remote data source locally as a fuse file system. This is listed as supported by lsvfs: lsvfs Filesystem Num Refs Flags -------------------------------...
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ls and find hangs on a folder. What to do?

I have a proxmox cluster with two nodes (s1 and s2). On s2 listing a certain directory hangs forever (like in this question): $> strace -vf ls -l /etc/pve/nodes/s2 [...] open("/etc/pve/nodes/s2", ...
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Reliability of (SFTP or WebDAV) with FUSE

I want to mount a Google Cloud Storage bucket as a network drive on my laptop using FUSE and SFTP or WebDAV. Can I use SMB or Samba? From time to time, I may run a differencing and merging tool (aka ...
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Mount merged partition at boot, fuse module missing

I have a merged partition from 3 different hard drives with mergerfs. I set it up following this tutorial. To automate the mounting I added instructions in the fstab : UUID=b3c8301c-5d12-4ab1-ab8c-...
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bindfs works, but not via /etc/fstab

I can do a bind mount like this: bindfs -u target --mirror=target /home/source/import/target /home/target umount /home/target But it fails, if I try to do the same thing via /etc/fstab: # fstab ...
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autofs ssh fuse and permissions issue

I have a mounted remote backup space on a Centos 6 to perform remote backups..which are doing fine.. without issues My /etc/auto.master file: /- /etc/auto.mymount uid=0,gid=0,--ghost My /etc/auto....
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s3fs does not parse NO_PROXY / no_proxy env variables

I am running s3fs on a node in corporate network which is behind proxy. I am trying to mount S3 bucket on another node next to it. Both nodes are in 10.88.97.65/27 network and should be able to ...
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Show bindfs target

When creating a FUSE mount: bindfs -u joe -g users -r /files /home/joe/files After the mount is done, what command can I use to see the target? Eg, how can I see that /home/joe/files points to /...
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Mount a SSHFS volume into a Docker instance

I use SSHFS to mount a remote filesystem on my host and I want to be able to access it from inside a Docker container. I mount the remote filesystem sshfs -o idmap=user,uid=$(id -u),gid=$(id -g) ...
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Does GLusterFS / Fuse properly support mmap()?

Background I've been having some file locking issues with running Dovecot IMAP storage on a triple-replicated Gluster Volume. The volume is mounted with the glusterfs type using defaults. This ...
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Using a FUSE-mounted directory as a docker volume

I have a mount (/mnt/xyz) which is mounted with FUSE, and I want to use it as a docker volume docker run image -v /mnt/xyz/container-dir:/container-dir But I get the error docker: Error response ...
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Mount a bucket to an instance running Windows Server

I have to share out ~2TB of files over VPN to endpoints that need SMB access. Rather than creating a ~2TB persistent disk, How could I mount a google cloud storage bucket and share it from my windows ...
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SSHFS over a jumphost

I have 3 computers. A, B, and C. A is the one I'm on now. B is a jumphost that I can SSH through from A to get to computer C using ssh -t B_host ssh C_host. What I'd like to do is mount C's file ...
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With sshfs, what causes the error "fuse: bad mount point `<directory>': Permission denied"?

I ran across this error while trying to mount a remote file system to my local host using SSHFS. The command I was using was in the form of: sshfs root@remote:/path/to/dir ./localDir I am logged ...
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gcsfuse in Google App Engine flexible custom runtime

I'm trying to use gcsfuse to mount GCS buckets in a docker container deployed in a GAE flexible custom runtime instance. This is part of the Dockerfile: FROM gcr.io/google-appengine/python RUN apt-...
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CentOS 7: sshfs can't find fuse, even though fuse is loaded

When I try to run sshfs, I get the error fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first. I already ran sudo modprobe fuse, but it just returns immediately without any output and the error persists: ...
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While accessing Fuse mounted Storage bucket, its showing 403 Forbidden Error

I have a google cloud project. In that project. I have a VM instance. I mounted uploads folder with Google Cloud Storage bucket using fuse. While mounting I get an error like this, Using mount point:...
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Can I mount google cloud storage bucket as disk to linux instance with custom size?

We can mount Google Cloud Storage Bucket as a disk to an instance using Cloud FUSE. By doing so, we are getting 1 PiB as disk size(bucket). Can anybody help me understand why we are getting 1 PiB ...
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ntfs-3g Ignore case

I am mounting an ntfs filesystem on a Linux box using the fuse filesystem driver ntfs-3g. I am then doing some operations on the filesystem (git clone to be precise) unmounting and attaching the ...
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Mount on the fly compressed filesystem

I'm looking for solution for not enough disk space on our server to store backups. We have virtual server. When we dump data from database to disk it consumes lot of space. But it could be easily ...
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Is performance of FUSE based applications effected with Kaiser patch in Redhat?

Let's say we have a FUSE filesystem. Will it have a drastic performance impact with the Kaiser patch? According to my understanding as FUSE filesystem runs completely in userspace and hence are less ...
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Can not change SELinux security context on Gluster FS folder

I can not change the security context of a folder which is created inside a Gluster-FS volume. Following is the error I keep getting. chcon: failed to change context of ‘test’ to ‘system_u:object_r:...
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Permission denied: fusefs inside freebsd (freenas) jail

Host server: FreeNAS-9.10 (FreeBSD 10.3-STABLE) I've installed a jail, for backup purposes, mounting the to-be-backed-up filesystems of the FreeNAS host inside the jail. Backing up using borgbackup ...
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Automatically mount bucket with s3fs on boot

I use an Amazon S3 bucket to deliver some of my server's content. I was able to mount it successfully, and grant Apache rights over it, but can't get it mounted properly at reboot. I updated my /etc/...
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centos: fusermount: fuse device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first

while trying to mount google bucket or set sshfs up I am getting following error: fusermount: fuse device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first modprobe fuse command does not show anything: [user@...
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Linux Debian Google cloud VM instance

I have been trying to mount a google storage bucket on one of my instances. I followed the directions here. This is the error I get. E: Unable to locate package gcsfuse E: Unable to locate package ...
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Unison sync of sshfs mount - what can go wrong if the connection breaks?

I am syncing a local directory (say "/local") with a cloud storage server using Unison. The cloud storage is mounted to, say, "/mnt" via sshfs (with no-cache option), and I sync the two directories /...
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GCSFuse - Fusermount: mountpoint is not empty

Using gcsfuse to mount a point locally on a server within a script. Running on an Ubuntu 14 LTS server. I have two fuse mount points and the script transfers data from other mount points into them. ...
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How to set up automatic atomic transfers over SFTP

I'm working on a personal project. Since I don't have to worry about working with others or deploying from a development environment to a production environment, I am simply modifying files on the ...
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GlusterFS Transport endpoint not connected from time to time

I'm using GlusterFS 3.7.9, currently on a single server with 4 bricks. Each brick has 4TB and the volume is set up as distribute only. The volume is mounted on a secondary server and I use it for ...
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fusermount: fuse device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first

I am running an instance on gcloud compute engine. I need to mount a Google storage bucket (which belongs to a different project) to my instance. The instance runs on Debian Wheezy. I have installed ...
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Should I mount GlusterFS as NFS or FUSE?

I'm using GlusterFS for a file storage cluster and my web apps. I have two volumes, the storage and the web ones. Currently I have the web one mounted as NFS, because FUSE was way too slow. Now I ...
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Can I simulate an S3 bucket going down when it is accessible to root user?

I'm trying to test new network monitoring code for an application that runs on a Debian appliance. I am currently tasked with ensuring that an SNMP trap is thrown when external network shares (such as ...
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