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I'm using the Connect to Server tool to mount a remote drive. I'm able to access this via Terminal at /Volumes/REMOTE. If I unmount and remount the same connection however, my existing terminal windows can't reconnect --- I have to open new terminal windows. Is there any way around this behavior?

e.g.

$ cd /Volumes/REMOTE
$ ls
Desktop    envs    intel    
<un-mount>
<re-mount>
$ pwd
/Volumes/REMOTE
$ ls
ls: .: No such file or directory

If I have an emacs session open with a remote file, and the connection is lost and reconnected (un-mounted, and re-mounted), the session still works fine.

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As of El Capitan, OSX 10.11.0, this is no longer an issue. Terminal is now able to recover once the remote server has been remounted.

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