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SSHFS access/setup?

Posted February 6th, 2019    76   1   SSHFS windows

I'm trying to setup the remote path for sonarr and it looks like I need to mount the remote folder vis SSHFS, I've installed the packages and got it running but I'm still getting user/permission denied. I've validated I can SSH to the seedbox from the same vm, and the user credentials were copied directly. Is there a different port I should be using vs the ssh 41022?

Thanks!

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tony
tony
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If you are trying to mount your seedbox on another machine via SSHFS then you basically need the login credentials and port for your SSH/SFTP.

If you have trouble doing that, please open a support ticket with us, and provide more details like the command you are running to mount via sshfs and the error exactly you are receiving in order for us to tell you where the mistake is.

Please note, that in order to specify your correct ssh port, you need to use the -oport=PORT option

ex.


sshfs -oport=41022 [email protected]: local_mountpoint

terpentijn

sshfs -oport=41022 [email protected]: local_mountpoint ? this sounds like a very comfortable solution. The portnumber should be 41023 (in my case). Question: is the fuse filesystem reliable in linux or is it better to use the normal sftp client?

CrushableMap

For what it's worth, sshfs has been working well for me, no issues. Not a speed daemon, but no worse than using naked sftp. sshfs is a popular fuse filesystem and I expect any significant bugs were squished long ago.

CrushableMap

BTW, if you have the need to do the same from Windows (since you tagged this post 'windows'?) there are a couple of tools I can recommend. No asssociation with either, just a happy customer.

I've been using Expandrive for years to mount various remote storage (over either LAN or WAN) as first-class Windows filesystem objects. Great product, and I wish there were a Linux version, frankly.

Syncovery is a flexible file synchronization tool that also supports a long list of remote storage protocols. Like Expandrive, it just keeps getting better with age.