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Re: "replaced while being copied" - was ... RE: Solved partially by findutils 4.3 - RE: "inode changed", ...
- From: "Miller, Raul D" <rdmiller at usatoday dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2006 21:26:39 -0400
- Subject: Re: "replaced while being copied" - was ... RE: Solved partially by findutils 4.3 - RE: "inode changed", ...
In the current release of cygwin, I'm still having the problem where
I can't use cp with a network appliance drive.
Below is an illustration of my problem, along with the
information requested in
$ mkdir /tmp/target
$ cp *.html /tmp/target/.
cp: skipping file `file1.html', as it was replaced while being copied
cp: skipping file `file2.html', as it was replaced while being copied
cp: skipping file `file3.html', as it was replaced while being copied
$ ~/src/getvolinfo .
Volume Name : <it>
Serial Number : 721521953
Max Filenamelength : 255
Filesystemname : <NTFS>
FILE_CASE_SENSITIVE_SEARCH : TRUE
FILE_CASE_PRESERVED_NAMES : TRUE
FILE_UNICODE_ON_DISK : TRUE
FILE_PERSISTENT_ACLS : TRUE
FILE_FILE_COMPRESSION : FALSE
FILE_VOLUME_QUOTAS : FALSE
FILE_SUPPORTS_SPARSE_FILES : FALSE
FILE_VOLUME_IS_COMPRESSED : FALSE
FILE_SUPPORTS_OBJECT_IDS : FALSE
FILE_SUPPORTS_ENCRYPTION : FALSE
FILE_NAMED_STREAMS : TRUE
FILE_READ_ONLY_VOLUME : FALSE
Is there some way (perhaps an environmental variable) to shut off this
feature? I've never benefited from it, and it causes me quite a bit of
[p.s. please include me in relevant CCs -- I'm not subscribed.]
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