Description of problem:
Failed to save a file to a filesystem mounted via gvfs/ssh. Reading data is OK, but writing to a file results in file of zero length.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect to a server using gnome menu and selecting SSH.
2. Open or create new file on the new-mounted filesystem (with a text editor, for instance I used geany, nano).
3. Type something and save the file.
File becomes of 0 bytes size, all information is lost.
1. Got this on different computers with FC13 connecting to different servers (FC13, SLC3, SLC5).
2. Strange, but if I chdir to .gfvs/sftp on server_name and create a file using "cat > file_name" and printing something, it works as expected.
3. I believe the problem is in gvfs because when I mount the same filesystem using sshfs everything is OK.
I'm seeing this too. I just lost my favorite picture of my daughter right after birth.
I've opened a bug at the upstream bug tracker at https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=627567
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