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Pyfilesystem2 implementation for SSH/SFTP using paramiko

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Requirements

pyfilesystem2 PyPI fs Source fs License fs
six PyPI six Source six License six
paramiko PyPI paramiko Source paramiko License paramiko

Installation

Install directly from PyPI, using pip

pip install fs.sshfs

Usage

Use fs.open_fs to open a filesystem with an SSH FS URL:

import fs
my_fs = fs.open_fs("ssh://user:password@host:port/resource")

with the following optional parts:

  • user: defaults to the current user
  • password: if none provided, passwordless authentification methods are used (either using public keys or no authentification to connect to the host)
  • port: defaults to the usual SSH port (port 22)
  • resource: defaults to the root directory ("/")

For a more granular way of connecting to an SSH server, use the fs.sshfs.SSHFS constructor, which signature is:

from fs.sshfs import SSHFS
my_fs = SSHFS(
  host,            # The name or adress of the SSH server
  user=None,       # an optional username, defaults to the current user
  passwd=None,     # an optional password, not needed if using a public key or
                   #   an SSH server without authentification
  pkey=None,       # a `paramiko.PKey` object, used to connect with a
                   #   specific key (undiscoverable key, etc.)
  timeout=10,      # The timeout of the connection, in seconds
                   #   (None to disable)
  port=22,         # The port to which to connect, default to default SSH port
  keepalive=10,    # The interval of time between keepalive packets, in
                   #    seconds (0 to disable)
  compress=False   # Compress the communications with the server
)

Once created, the SSHFS filesystem behaves like any other filesystem (see the Pyfilesystem2 documentation)

See also

  • fs, the core pyfilesystem2 library
  • fs.archive, enhanced archive filesystems for pyfilesystem2
  • fs.proxy, miscellaneous proxy filesystems for pyfilesystem2

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