Mount and access remote file system Using SSHFS

SSHFS (Secure Shell FileSystem), is a tool that allows us to securely access and mount remote filesystems to local machine over the SSH protocol.


# apt-get install sshfs <= Ubuntu/Debian
# yum install sshfs <= Redhat/Centos

Usage Examples

If you want to mount /root remote partition of server, so create a local mountpoint directory ie /mnt/root, then invoke the sshfs with your ssh credential and the remote location to mount as:

# mkdir /mnt/root
# sshfs root@ /mnt/root

For unmount the remote filesystem

# unmount /mnt/root

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