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Month: June 2020

Re: [trinity-users] konqueror rocks

From: Michael <mb_trinity_desktop@...>
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2020 10:50:30 -0500
On Tuesday 02 June 2020 04:41:45 am David C. Rankin wrote:
> On 06/01/2020 05:27 PM, Marvin Jones via trinity-users wrote:
> > Ah, but a bit of caution using sftp:// in konqueror. It seems konqueror
> > opens and closes the connection many, many times during what would seem
> > to you to be a single session.  That's the way I used konqueror in the
> > past -- not know of the "performance" issue.
> >
> > But, my web host implemented some more "robust" security in the last
> > 6-8-9 months, and the high rate of ssh connections would blacklist my
> > workstation's IP.  I understand the web host's concern and I moved to
> > scripting those connections (several web sites) to _that_ web host
> > via:
> > 	sshfs mount the remote"/public_html/"
> > 	execute konqueror with a specific split-screen profile for that
> > 		 mounted sshfs directory.
> > 	- fiddle fiddle fiddle -
> >         - konqueror ends -
> > 	sshfs umount the remote directory.
> >
> > Works a treat.
> > Jonesy
> Ah, I do recall years go there would be multiple sftp_kio processes running
> that may be what you are describing. That should all be fixed. I'm sitting
> here with kate and 18 open sftp:// connections to a web-site on my server
> and no lingering sftp-kio processes anywhere. I think that problem was
> fixed several years ago. (but I can see when that problem was occurring how
> your provider may have flagged you for open repeat connections.)

You'd most likey need to look at the server log files to see if it's opening 
and closing sessions multiple times.

I usually work local and push all changes after it passes QA, but if/when I 
needed to edit a remote resource, I use Jonesy's method*, as there is no 
guess work about there being just a single session open for editing.  (also 
less stress on the server, blah, blah...)


* It's also very easy to create a script based on Jonesy's method, so it's 
just a single command to run (or click if you desire).