I wish to mount a remote data source locally as a fuse file system. This is listed as supported by
lsvfs Filesystem Num Refs Flags -------------------------------- ---------- ----- --------------- devfs 0x00000071 4 synthetic, jail cd9660 0x000000bd 0 read-only procfs 0x00000002 4 synthetic, jail nfs 0x0000003a 0 network zfs 0x000000de 17 jail, delegated-administration msdosfs 0x00000032 0 ufs 0x00000035 0 fdescfs 0x00000059 4 synthetic, jail fusefs 0x000000ed 0 synthetic, jail nullfs 0x00000029 3 loopback, jail tmpfs 0x00000087 0 jail
I have installed
fusefs-sshfs in the jail. I have also created the mount point directory.
In the host's
/etc/sysctl.conf I have
security.jail.enforce_statfs=1; and in
/etc/rc.conf I have
kld_list="fuse" (which I believe is redundant but is there nonetheless).
In the (ez)jail configuration I allow
Inside the jail I can establish an sftp link to the remote data source and change directory to OUT:
sftp -o IdentityFile=/var/data/theheart/.ssh/xxx_rsa_id firstname.lastname@example.org Connected to email@example.com. sftp> dir OUT bin dev etc lib usr
But I cannot mount that data source as a fuse ssh file system:
/usr/local/bin/sshfs -C -o uid=16701 -o gid=16701 -o reconnect -o IdentityFile=/var/data/theheart/.ssh/xxx_rsa_id firstname.lastname@example.org:OUT /var/spool/xxx/pick_up mount_fusefs: /dev/fuse on /var/spool/xxx/pick_up: Operation not permitted fuse: failed to mount file system: No error: 0
Is this possible? The Jail(8) manpage implies that it is given the presence of the
allow.mount.fusefs setting. If so then what step(s) am I missing?
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