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Release 3.5.0 (2018-08-28)

  • Fixed error code returned by rename(), allowing proper fallback.
  • Port to Cygwin.

Release 3.4.0 (2018-06-29)

  • Make utimens(NULL) result in timestamp "now" -- no more touched files dated 1970-01-01
  • New createmode workaround.
  • Fix fstat workaround regression.

Release 3.3.2 (2018-04-29)

  • New renamexdev workaround.

Release 3.3.1 (2017-10-25)

  • Manpage is now installed in correct directory.
  • SSHFS now supports (or rather: ignores) some options that it may receive as result of being mounted from /etc/mtab. This includes things like user, netdev, or auto.

SSHFS 3.3.0 (2017-09-20)

  • Dropped support for writeback caching (and, as a consequence, "unreliable append" operation). As of kernel 4.14, the FUSE module's writeback implementation is not compatible with network filesystems and there are no imminent plans to change that.
  • Add support for mounting from /etc/fstab
  • Dropped support for building with autotools.
  • Added missing options to man page.

Release 3.2.0 (2017-08-06)

  • Re-enabled writeback cache.
  • SSHFS now supports O_APPEND.

Release 3.1.0 (2017-08-04)

  • Temporarily disabled the writeback cache feature, since there have been reports of dataloss when appending to files when writeback caching is enabled.
  • Fixed a crash due to a race condition when listing directory contents.
  • For improved backwards compatibility, SSHFS now also silently accepts the old -o cache_* options.

Release 3.0.0 (2017-07-08)

  • sshfs now requires libfuse 3.1.0 or newer.
  • When supported by the kernel, sshfs now uses writeback caching.
  • The cache option has been renamed to dir_cache for clarity.
  • Added unit tests
  • --debug now behaves like -o debug_sshfs, i.e. it enables sshfs debugging messages rather than libfuse debugging messages.
  • Documented limited hardlink support.
  • Added support for building with Meson.
  • Added support for more SSH options.
  • Dropped support for the nodelay workaround - the last OpenSSH version for which this was useful was released in 2006.
  • Dropped support for the nodelaysrv workaround. The same effect (enabling NODELAY on the server side and enabling X11 forwarding) can be achieved by explicitly passing -o ForwardX11
  • Removed support for -o workaround=all. Workarounds should always enabled explicitly and only when needed. There is no point in always enabling a potentially changing set of workarounds.

Release 2.9 (2017-04-17)

  • Improved support for Cygwin.
  • Various small bugfixes.

Release 2.8 (2016-06-22)

  • Added support for the "fsync" extension.
  • Fixed a build problem with bitbake

Release 2.7 (2016-03-01)

  • Integrated osxfuse's copy of sshfs, which means that sshfs now works on OS X out of the box.
  • Added -o cache_max_size=N option to let users tune the maximum size of the cache in number of entries.
  • Added -o cache_clean_interval=N and -o cache_min_clean_interval=N options to let users tune the cleaning behavior of the cache.

Release 2.6 (2015-01-28)

Release 2.5 (2014-01-14)

  • Some performance improvements for large directories.
  • New disable_hardlink option.
  • Various small bugfixes.

Release 2.4 (2012-03-08)

  • New slave option.
  • New idmap, uidmap and gidmap options.
  • Various small bugfixes.

Release 2.3 (2011-07-01)

  • Support hard link creation if server is OpenSSH 5.7 or later
  • Small improvements and bug fixes
  • Check mount point and options before connecting to ssh server
  • New 'delay_connect' option

Release 2.2 (2008-10-20)

  • Handle numerical IPv6 addresses enclosed in square brackets
  • Handle commas in usernames

Release 2.1 (2008-07-11)

  • Small improvements and bug fixes

Release 2.0 (2008-04-23)

  • Support password authentication with pam_mount
  • Support atomic renames if server is OpenSSH 4.9 or later
  • Support getting disk usage if server is OpenSSH 5.1 or later
  • Small enhancements and bug fixes

What is new in 1.9

  • Fix a serious bug, that could result in sshfs hanging, crashing, or reporting out-of-memory

What is new in 1.8

  • Bug fixes

What is new in 1.7

  • Tolerate servers which print a banner on login
  • Small improvements

What is new in 1.6

  • Workaround for missing truncate operation on old sftp servers
  • Bug fixes

What is new in 1.5

  • Improvements to read performance. Now both read and write throughput should be very close to 'scp'
  • If used with FUSE 2.6.0 or later, then perform better data caching. This should show dramatic speed improvements when a file is opened more than once
  • Bug fixes

What is new in 1.4

  • Updated to version 25 of libfuse API
  • This means that the 'cp' of readonly file to sshfs bug is finally solved (as long as using libfuse 2.5.0 or later and Linux 2.6.15 or later)
  • Sshfs now works on FreeBSD
  • Added option to "transform" absolute symbolic links

What is new in 1.3

  • Add workaround for failure to rename to an existing file
  • Simple user ID mapping
  • Estimate disk usage of files based on size
  • Report "infinite" disk space
  • Bug fixes

What is new in 1.2

  • Better compatibility with different sftp servers
  • Automatic reconnect (optional)

What is new in 1.1

  • Performance improvements:

    • directory content caching
    • symlink caching
    • asynchronous writeback
    • readahead
  • Fixed '-p' option

What is new in 1.0

  • Initial release