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Old 03-04-2009, 06:08 AM   #1
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Copying between 2 mounted sshfs's


I just wonder: If i have mounted 2 filesystems over SSH from the same host, and copy files between them, will they first be sendt to me, then back to host, or be copied on the host?
 
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on different connections they will go via your machine first. On the same mount, they would stay on the remote machine.
 
  


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