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I don't know who some people are, but I don't agree with them at all. Sshfssshfs is about 99% of the speed of NFS (tested) and a lot more robust. It carries with it the ability of sshssh to handle the flaky nature of internet traffic without dropping, that on NFS would have you hanging with stale file handles. I've

I've used sshfs to mount my home directory on my box in NYC from San Jose and stayed connected and working for 3 days continuous data movement without a hiccup. 

Try it, you'll like it.

I don't know who some people are, but I don't agree with them at all. Sshfs is about 99% of the speed of NFS (tested) and a lot more robust. It carries with it the ability of ssh to handle the flaky nature of internet traffic without dropping, that on NFS would have you hanging with stale file handles. I've used sshfs to mount my home directory on my box in NYC from San Jose and stayed connected and working for 3 days continuous data movement without a hiccup. Try it, you'll like it.

I don't know who some people are, but I don't agree with them at all. sshfs is about 99% of the speed of NFS (tested) and a lot more robust. It carries with it the ability of ssh to handle the flaky nature of internet traffic without dropping, that on NFS would have you hanging with stale file handles.

I've used sshfs to mount my home directory on my box in NYC from San Jose and stayed connected and working for 3 days continuous data movement without a hiccup. 

Try it, you'll like it.

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I don't know who some people are, but I don't agree with them at all. Sshfs is about 99% of the speed of NFS (tested) and a lot more robust. It carries with it the ability of ssh to handle the flaky nature of internet traffic without dropping, that on NFS would have you hanging with stale file handles. I've used sshfs to mount my home directory on my box in NYC from San Jose and stayed connected and working for 3 days continuous data movement without a hiccup. Try it, you'll like it.