[TriLUG] mount cifs problem
nivex at nivex.net
Sun Feb 5 00:28:36 EST 2012
Not only less efficient, but there are valuable locking semantics that
are missing. If you are the only one who is ever using it at a given
moment, all fine and dandy. If you are going to be in a truly multiuser
environment, sshfs won't scale.
As always, the right tool for the right job.
On 02/04/2012 06:24 PM, Alan Porter wrote:
>> Off topic but I found it easier to set up NFS and Windows
>> tools for UNIX than Samba.
> On a similar note, I have moved to sshfs for all of my
> Linux-to-Linux network filesystem sharing. It might be
> ever-so-less efficient, but it sure is flexible, and it's
> really easy to get the permissions right.
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