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If there are still people encountering this problem, I still could not fix it. I did find a working workaround. The following ruby script did the trick. It creates a folder called "keepalive" over and over. Just keep running this until infinity. $i =1 $num =0 begin puts("Inside the loop i = #$i" ) $i +=1 puts 'creating obj' system 'mkdir ...


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I suspect you just need to unmount your previously mounted, and then broken, sshfs mounts. $ fusermount --help fusermount: [options] mountpoint Options: -h print help -V print version -o opt[,opt...] mount options -u unmount -q quiet -z lazy unmount You'll want to either do a fusermount -u ... or the ...



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