I do a lot of editing of files on the server, so I use sshfs to do so. This has worked very well over the past few months, and still should work even now. However, I'm having some strangely inconsistent access problems.
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Nov 28, · Re: [SOLVED] ssh/sshfs file permissions messed up on remote virtual server I would check cron jobs, /etc/vetconnexx.com would be a good place to start looking judging by what you say. It would also make me wonder what other funny stuff my be happening on that server.
Software:: SSHFS - Permissions Denied On Mounted Directory Jul 8, I have a problem with sshfs. I want to share a binary with some others computers, but i only want them to be able to execute (no read/write).
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MPD is probably not running under the same user account that you used to mount the sshfs filesystem. See the FUSE FAQ and the sshfs FAQ, then if you're comfortable with the security risks add the user_allow_other option to /etc/vetconnexx.com and the -o allow_other option to the mount command.
The SSHFS folder mounts and the directory permissions look the same as they are on the remote machine, but when I try to modify/add a file on the file system that belongs to the owning user, I get a permission denied error. Users on the remote and client machine have the same UID/GID.