Sshfs Is Orphaned

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  • sshfs

    A network filesystem client to connect to SSH servers

  • machine-config

    NixOS configuration for all my machines

    A (better?) alternative to sshfs is Syncthing, which works somewhat like a self-hosted Dropbox; it automatically synchronizes a subtree between computers. I've used it for years, with no problems at all. Maybe it won't handle concurrent edits to the same file well, but that's not something I do.

    Meanwhile, the hung mount problem in sshfs can be more or less fixed by giving it the right mount options; perhaps something along the lines of https://github.com/Baughn/machine-config/blob/041e2151dffd8e... will be helpful.

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  • sshfs

    A network filesystem client to connect to SSH servers (by andy0130tw)

    Shameless plug: I used sshfs at work for about 3 years, and I made a fork for myself, featuring a persistent cache layer on metadata caches... I really appreciate the project, but I am not confident enough to maintain it.

    https://github.com/andy0130tw/sshfs

  • active-forks

    Find active github forks of a repo https://git.io/vSnrC

    Yeah, there is this tool: https://techgaun.github.io/active-forks/index.html

    I'm really surprised Github doesn't leverage their data for better discovery. Instead you get forks that are second-class citizens and should never be used for active development. For example, they don't get watched by default and their code is not searchable.

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