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Questions tagged [fuse]

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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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 ...
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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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Google Cloud Storage Fuse vs GlusterFS, pros, cons and costs

I'm setting up some web servers on Google Cloud Compute and I need a directory synced between all the servers to keep the web sites in sync. I'd also like to use the autoscaling feature to provision ...
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permission errors using gcsfuse as nonroot user on google compute instance

We are currently trying to demo the google cloud platform for some workloads that require lots of storage. We are trying to use google cloud storage but are having problems mounting the buckets using ...
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S3FS and Fuse, scale out or scale up

I have an infra where I have multiple machines (eg FTP servers, get/put and Samba/NFS servers) that need to share out the same (HA) storage. So I figured to use s3fs and fuse. I got this all setup and ...
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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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Why doesn't gcsfuse return to the command prompt after mounting?

I've successfully installed gcsfuse. When I run it, it prints File system has been successfully mounted but I don't get back to the shell prompt. (See the transcript below.) What am I doing wrong? ...
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How do I mount rbd devices with the fuse driver?

This is a follow-up question from: How do I mount an rbd device from fstab Which I asked some time back. How do I mount rbd devices with the fuse driver? (I can't use the kernel driver from docker ...
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mhddfs Gives Permission denied Error When Writing File to It's Mounted Volume

Running mhddfs 0.1.38 on Ubuntu-12.04 and have two NFS volumes exported from two different servers and mounted to this box. I can successfully create the mhddfs volume, I can read and list from it, ...
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MHDDFS randomly breaks

I am using MHDDFS to pool a bunch of large disks together into a single filesystem that I can easily share across a network. For some reason every now and then the virtual filesystem seems to fall ...
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Forcing user in both directions using bindfs

I have a specific OS user called 'app' which runs Dropbox. The app is deployed (in the same server) for multiple sites. But the Dropbox of the 'app' user has info about all sites. The dropobox has a ...
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Mounting compressed filesystem using FUSE

I'd like to move some folders on my computer to a compressed read/write images, so I could get it to take less disk space on my machine (the folders contain some Mercurial and Git repositories). ...
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Deleting file in tar mounted with archivemount?

archivemount allows rw-mounting tar archives. What happens when I delete a file? Is it actually removed from the tar archive? Is a delete flag set? If the file is actually removed, then I assume the ...
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How to use Google Drive as secure storage on a linux server

since google dropped the price for storage recently I thought about using it at my storage servers too add storage capacity easily. What I found so far is the ability to mount the google drive into ...
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Forcefully Unmounting Filesystem

Okay, here's the deal: I used FUSE to mount a webdav endpoint as a filesystem. At some point it broke. Now, for the life of me, I cannot unmount it. Any time I try and interact with it in any way, ...
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IO performance with a FUSE mount [duplicate]

Is there any way to measure performance on a FUSE-based mount that is mounted via long-running executable (no device is used, nor /etc/fstab entry added)?
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FUSE mounted Google Drive (via google-drive-ocamlfuse) for Wordpress and permission issues

My objective is to use Google Drive to store media files for a Wordpress multisite using Fuse, and so far I am able to mount Google Drive with google-drive-ocamlfuse as root. I can mount the Google ...
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AUFS missing in Redhat Fedora, is there an alternative way of stacking directories?

I can't find Aufs in Redhat's Fedora, or any other stackable filesystem for that matter. It seems this is due to relabelling limitations of SELinux. Is there a way to achieve similar without ...
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Fuse module for s3fs

I am trying to install the s3fs software. I however keep coming upon this error: $ sudo /usr/bin/s3fs bucketname /mnt fuse: device not found, try 'modprobe fuse' first $ modprobe fuse FATAL: Module ...
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Using Git as a means to sync zabbix instances

So in our environment, we are using a custom build of Zabbix as a monitoring solution. We have Zabbix deployed to four different sites, and would like to ensure that the build is consistent across all ...
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Error creating directory: Operation not permitted, can still create files, permissions are correct

I have a directory mounted over FUSE/SSHFS. It's an Ubuntu 10.04 client connected to an Ubuntu 10.04 server. My user has write permissions for the directory in question, and has been able to create ...
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`fuse`-like mounts on linux-vserver/openVZ?

I don't know much about servers or virtualization. However, for the last years, I've been using a rented linux-vserver as my backup drive and for recording radio shows through cronjobs. I ran out of ...
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How to delete .fuse_hidden* files?

I have small Linux server (Debian Squeeze) which runs a Samba server which is configured to share some folders with some windows machines. While trying to delete one of the directories from windows I ...
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mount_afp on linux, user rights

I need to mount a remote filesystem on a linux box using the afp protocol. The linux box runs an old Debian 4. I downloaded the source code of mount_afp, compiled it and installed it with all the ...
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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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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 ...