I'm mounting remote windows machine, via sshfs.
everything is fine, but when i try to get free space on remote machine (df -h)
it gives remote free space:
size: 7,5T (7999999992 bytes)
free: 7,5T (7999999992 bytes)
this is not correct offcourse (remote hdd is 6.4 Gb.)
How can I obtain the real free space on remote machine using sshfs. I do not want to use samba. I want encrypted connection with public keys.
The remote machine have sshd version:
remote operating sysetem is windows 2000 SP4 with latest patches
Local ssh version is:
OpenSSH_4.3p1, OpenSSL 0.9.7g 11 Apr 2005
shfs --version gives:
SSHFS version 1.4
FUSE library version: 2.5.1
fusermount version: 2.5.1
using FUSE kernel interface version 7.5
my linux box is Slackware 10.2
kernel version is: 126.96.36.199
FUSE is compiled with the kernel
Trying to mount linux box gives the same strange result
I thing the problem is with fuse, or sshfs.
I hope somebody have the idea how to fix the problem
10x in advance and sorry for my bad english.