Using SSHFS to access files on your remote host

SSHFS is a secure remote filesystem access protocol that builds up
from SFTP. It provides advantages over something like a CIFS / Samba
share in that all that is required is SSH access to the machine.

Note: For performance reasons, SSHFS is best used for single file
edits and uploading/downloading content. If you need to use an
application that bulk reads/write to many files at once (like a local
source control tool), rsync is a better choice.

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