[TxMt] Editing over NFS...
Per Reedtz Thomsen
pthomsen at reedtz.com
Thu Sep 6 17:30:08 UTC 2007
On 9/6/07 6:50 AM, David Clark wrote:
> After much experimentation on this, I have had the best luck mounting
> the linux box via sshfs (macfuse). This allows use of the subversion
I did that for a short while a few months ago, but found that sshfs was
giving me data corruption once every two weeks or so... It worried me
enough that I shifted away to the NFS solution...
Anyone know if sshfs/macfuse have been updated recently (as in the last
2 months)? I'd love to go back to using that... No external app for
> Hope this helps
> On 9/5/07, *Peter Cowan* <cowan.pd at gmail.com
> <mailto:cowan.pd at gmail.com>> wrote:
> This is common anytime you're using a filesystem mounted over a
> See the manual:
> And a couple of relevant threads:
> Popular solutions appear to include, making a local copy of the
> or reducing the size of the project to only the files presently
> On 9/5/07, Per Reedtz Thomsen <pthomsen at reedtz.com
> <mailto:pthomsen at reedtz.com>> wrote:
> > I searched the archives back to July of '06, but did not find
> anything on
> > the list about this...
> > I'm developing on a Linux box that's got my source tree on it.
> My Mac NFS
> > mounts this directory, and I use TextMate on my Mac to edit the
> sources on
> > the Linux box. Whenever I leave the textmate window and come
> back, I have to
> > wait for about 5-15 secs (with a spinning beach ball), before I
> can edit my
> > files again. Is there some NFS setting that I can tweak to
> remove this wait?
> > Or some config thing in textmate?
> > Any help would be appreciated.
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