File corruptions with SSHFS
sergeig.public at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 23:57:23 UTC 2016
I tried using SSHFS in Mac OS X to FreeBSD configuration and had bad
experience. I gave up as it was not reliable for daily use.
Same was true for WebDAV due to silent loss of interest on Apple side and a
regression with WebDAV support (I don't remember details).
On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 7:09 AM, Brandon J. Wandersee <
brandon.wandersee at gmail.com> wrote:
> Support SimpleRezo writes:
> > Hi,
> > Here is my problem:
> > I create a SSHFS mount (Host B) of a directory from a remote host (Host
> > My remote directory contains packages that I manually generates (pkg
> > create). When I do a pkg add of my package (Host B), I get the following
> > output:
> > pkg: archive_read_extract() errno -1: Lzma library error: No progress is
> > possible
> > I note the file is corrupted and the md5 of the package is changed on
> > A after run of this command (pkg add).
> > Any idea ?
> If the package server is on-site and you intend to mount it routinely,
> use NFS. If it is off-site, or this is a one-time operation, use SCP to
> copy the directory containing the packages to your local system and then
> install them with pkg-add(8). I've never heard anything good about
> :: Brandon Wandersee ::
> :: brandon.wandersee at gmail.com ::
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