So… IF you’re not using SSHFS yet – check it out here.
I was / am still perhaps suffering from a tg3 module crash which caused my network connection to drop and then reconnect almost immediately. That wouldn’t be such a big issue IF it didn’t leave me with a disconnected SSHFS shares… Pain in the butt… Major. So I thought about writing a script or some other method of detecting the tg3 crash and then re-running the sshfs share mounting commands. Turns out there is no need because -o reconnect is already built into the SSHFS… HOW COOL IS THIS?!… Very.
basically you’re using the exact same command as you did before but right after sshfs you are adding -o reconnect and it friggin works.
sshfs -o reconnect -p 20202 firstname.lastname@example.org:/media/1862_GB_X-Ternal/ /media/1862_GB_X-Ternal/
This shit is awesome…