27 Jan 2010

Indispensable job

I have an account named hungnv on my server - vndev.net which's running Fedora 8. If I want to remote copy, modify, delete... some files on this server , which way is faster:
1. sftp ( known as an extension of secure shell protocol - SSH ) 
hungnv@g3n2 ~ $ sftp vndev.net
Connecting to vndev.net...
sftp>
Browse local file: lls, move to local directory lcd
upload put
download get

2. sshfs (not an ssh extension, we must install fuse-sshfs to use it)
hungnv@g3n2 ~ $ eix sshfs
[I] sys-fs/sshfs-fuse
     Available versions:  1.9 ~2.1 2.2
     Installed versions:  2.2(08:46:14 AM 01/27/2010)
     Homepage:            http://fuse.sourceforge.net/sshfs.html
     Description:         Fuse-filesystem utilizing the sftp service.
hungnv@g3n2 ~ $ sudo emerge -av sys-fs/sshfs-fuse
hungnv@g3n2 ~ $ sshfs vndev.net:/ /vndev
to mount. We browse, cp, edit, delete....like local file and directory.
I didn't use sshfs until yesterday, with me, ssh and sftp are enough. But I should know sshfs and I did not know, so I fail.
We must learn what we never use =.=

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

this is my comment, not a spam :D

Hung Nguyen said...

ok

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