On Sun, Oct 10, 2021 at 8:15 AM Infodorado <infodorado@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


On 10/9/2021 8:48 PM, Jack Woehr via OpenSource wrote:

I should have mentioned that the tool for mounting IFS on your
workstation
filesystem is SSHFS

-- I assume this refers to setting up my PC to get a virtual IFS
directory local that will act remotely on IBM i? (-Or "mounts" the IFS
per se as another directory or drive?


sshfs mounts a remote system's directory on a directory mount point on the
local machine.

For instance, if I want my IFS home directory on MYIBMI.example.com to be
mounted to the extant and empty directory /home/jwoehr/mnt/myibmi on my
Linux or Mac box (syntax is different for Windows, but it works), I do:

sshfs myibmi.example.com:/home/JWOEHR /home/jwoehr/mnt/myibmi

... and then it's just like a local directory, can edit on it, etc.


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