On Tuesday, May 19, 2020 12:28:59 PM CEST isdtor wrote: > > That's what I thought. Should I make a bug report? Sshfs is clearly > > intended to reconnect automatically when mounted like that, and it > > doesn't do that. > Not so clearly. Look at the sshfs reconnect option, and also ssh/ssfs > ServerAliveInterval/ServerAliveCountMax. Isn't the reconnect option intended to re-establish the connection after it was interrupted while the keep-alive options are supposed to be able to detect when the conncetion is interrupted? I used them, and still sshfs will just freeze and require a reboot, which makes it unusable. It's easy to verify if the connection is back or not by logging in manually with ssh. So how isn't this a bug with sshfs in that it should resume rather than freeze up?