> So, let's see if I can fix my filesystem now ;-) For anyone interested: turns out passing -o noforget makes fuse keep a persistent path -> inode mapping (at the cost of memory usage, of course).
However, it also turns out that fuse wasn't my problem: It was the aufs mount that was overlayed over my fuse mount (this was on a Debian live system), which sets the noxino option that prevents aufs from keeping persistent inode numbers. To get git status working as expected, I had to both remove noxino from the aufs mount and add noforget to the underlying fuse mount. Gr. Matthijs
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