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Old 06-27-2012, 10:49 PM
Andre Majorel
 
Default sshfs more like NFS (or vice-versa)

Are there any alternatives to sshfs that offer proper multi-user
support ? By which I mean letting user alice@client access a
remote file system as both bob@server and (by using sudo on
client) root@server.

Of course there is NFS over SSH but then some configuration is
needed on the server and being free from that is what makes
sshfs so attractive.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 06-27-2012, 11:39 PM
Rob Owens
 
Default sshfs more like NFS (or vice-versa)

On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 12:49:33AM +0200, Andre Majorel wrote:
> Are there any alternatives to sshfs that offer proper multi-user
> support ? By which I mean letting user alice@client access a
> remote file system as both bob@server and (by using sudo on
> client) root@server.
>
I'm not sure if it does what you're looking for, but have you tried
'-o allow_other' when calling sshfs? The man page says "allow access to
other users".

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Old 06-28-2012, 07:40 AM
Chris Davies
 
Default sshfs more like NFS (or vice-versa)

Andre Majorel <aym-naibed@teaser.fr> wrote:
> Are there any alternatives to sshfs that offer proper multi-user
> support ? By which I mean letting user alice@client access a
> remote file system as both bob@server and (by using sudo on
> client) root@server.

It's a fair question, but sshfs isn't the solution.

The file-system is managed via a connection that is logged in to the
remote system as bob. Becoming root on the local system makes no
difference to the session on the remote system - it's still bob.

Chris


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