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NAME

       SSHFS - filesystem client based on ssh

SYNOPSIS

   mounting
       sshfs [user@]host:[dir] mountpoint [options]

   unmounting
       fusermount -u mountpoint

DESCRIPTION

       SSHFS  (Secure  SHell FileSystem) is a file system for Linux (and other
       operating systems with a FUSE implementation,  such  as  Mac  OS  X  or
       FreeBSD)  capable of operating on files on a remote computer using just
       a secure shell login on the remote  computer.  On  the  local  computer
       where  the  SSHFS  is mounted, the implementation makes use of the FUSE
       (Filesystem in Userspace) kernel module. The practical effect  of  this
       is  that  the  end user can seamlessly interact with remote files being
       securely served over SSH just as if they were local  files  on  his/her
       computer. On the remote computer the SFTP subsystem of SSH is used.

       If  host  is  a numeric IPv6 address, it needs to be enclosed in square
       brackets.

OPTIONS

   general options:
       -o opt,[opt...]
              mount options

       -h   --help
              print help

       -V   --version
              print version

   SSHFS options:
       -p PORT
              equivalent to '-o port=PORT'

       -C     equivalent to '-o compression=yes'

       -F ssh_configfile
              specifies alternative ssh configuration file

       -1     equivalent to '-o ssh_protocol=1'

       -o reconnect
              reconnect to server

       -o delay_connect
              delay connection to server

       -o sshfs_sync
              synchronous writes

       -o no_readahead
              synchronous reads (no speculative readahead)

       -o sshfs_debug
              print some debugging information

       -o cache=BOOL
              enable caching {yes,no} (default: yes)

       -o cache_timeout=N
              sets timeout for caches in seconds (default: 20)

       -o cache_X_timeout=N
              sets timeout for {stat,dir,link} cache

       -o workaround=LIST
              colon separated list of workarounds

               none   no workarounds enabled

               all    all workarounds enabled

               [no]rename
                      fix renaming to existing file (default: off)

               [no]nodelaysrv
                      set nodelay tcp flag in ssh (default: off)

               [no]truncate
                      fix truncate for old servers (default: off)

               [no]buflimit
                      fix buffer fillup bug in server (default: on)

       -o idmap=TYPE
              user/group ID mapping, possible types are:

               none   no translation of the ID space (default)

               user   only translate UID of connecting user

       -o ssh_command=CMD
              execute CMD instead of 'ssh'

       -o ssh_protocol=N
              ssh protocol to use (default: 2)

       -o sftp_server=SERV
              path to sftp server or subsystem (default: sftp)

       -o directport=PORT
              directly connect to PORT bypassing ssh

       -o transform_symlinks
              transform absolute symlinks to relative

       -o follow_symlinks
              follow symlinks on the server

       -o no_check_root
              don't check for existence of 'dir' on server

       -o password_stdin
              read password from stdin (only for pam_mount!)

       -o SSHOPT=VAL
              ssh options (see man ssh_config)

   FUSE options:
       -d   -o debug
              enable debug output (implies -f)

       -f     foreground operation

       -s     disable multi-threaded operation

       -o allow_other
              allow access to other users

       -o allow_root
              allow access to root

       -o nonempty
              allow mounts over non-empty file/dir

       -o default_permissions enable permission checking by kernel

       -o fsname=NAME
              set filesystem name

       -o subtype=NAME
              set filesystem type

       -o large_read
              issue large read requests (2.4 only)

       -o max_read=N
              set maximum size of read requests

       -o hard_remove
              immediate removal (don't hide files)

       -o use_ino
              let filesystem set inode numbers

       -o readdir_ino
              try to fill in d_ino in readdir

       -o direct_io
              use direct I/O

       -o kernel_cache
              cache files in kernel

       -o [no]auto_cache
              enable caching based on modification times

       -o umask=M
              set file permissions (octal)

       -o uid=N
              set file owner (number)

       -o gid=N
              set file group (number)

       -o entry_timeout=T
              cache timeout for names (1.0s)

       -o negative_timeout=T
              cache timeout for deleted names (0.0s)

       -o attr_timeout=T
              cache timeout for attributes (1.0s)

       -o ac_attr_timeout=T
              auto cache timeout for attributes (attr_timeout)

       -o intr
              allow requests to be interrupted

       -o intr_signal=NUM
              signal to send on interrupt (10)

       -o modules=M1[:M2...]
              names of modules to push onto filesystem stack

       -o max_write=N
              set maximum size of write requests

       -o max_readahead=N
              set maximum readahead

       -o async_read
              perform reads asynchronously (default)

       -o sync_read
              perform reads synchronously

   Module options:
       [subdir]

       -o subdir=DIR
              prepend this directory to all paths (mandatory)

       -o [no]rellinksa
              transform absolute symlinks to relative

       [iconv]

       -o from_code=CHARSET
              original encoding of file names (default: UTF-8)

       -o to_code=CHARSET
              new encoding of the file names (default: ISO-8859-2)

AUTHORS

       SSHFS has been written by Miklos Szeredi <miklos@szeredi.hu>.

       This man page was written by Bartosz Fenski <fenio@debian.org> for  the
       Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but it may be used by others).