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Re: Request for running a test application
- From: "DePriest, Jason R." <jrdepriest at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2007 14:14:01 -0500
- Subject: Re: Request for running a test application
- References: <20070801090736.GA11738@calimero.vinschen.de>
On 8/1/07, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> I have a request for help. I need as much different information I can
> get. To get this information, I'm asking all of you to run the attached
> test application and return the printed output as reply to this mail.
> Just please don't send information which is already available.
> The test application is a rewritten version of the GetVolInfo source
> code which I have already send once or twice. A bit of information has
> been added and that's what I'm especially interested in.
> To build the application call:
> gcc -o getvolinfo getvolinfo.c -lntdll
> To run the application, simply call it with a POSIX or DOS path to any
> existing file on a filesystem, which you have permissions to access.
> The simplest method is to access the drives directly. For instance, if
> you have a drive c and a drive d, just call
> ./getvolinfo C:
> ./getvolinfo D:
> Please run it on all file system combinations you can lay your hands on.
> So far, I have information about:
> - Local FAT, FAT32, NTFS
> - Local CD, DVD
> - Remote NTFS
> - Remote Samba 3.x
> - USB Stick with FAT, NTFS
> I'm looking for
> - Harddisk, CD, DVD over USB
> - Remote FAT, FAT32
> - Remote CD, DVD
> - Remote NFS over SFU NFS
> - Local(?) and remote HPFS
> - Disk changer systems
> - Any other file system not mentioned above.
> Thanks in advance,
This is from a TrueCrypt 4.3 16GB AES encrypted, NTFS formatted volume
on a Western Digital 120GB Passport USB external hard disk drive.
Device Type : 7
Characteristics : 20
Volume Name : <>
Serial Number : 1422353431
Max Filenamelength : 255
Filesystemname : <NTFS>
Flags : 700ff
FILE_CASE_SENSITIVE_SEARCH : TRUE
FILE_CASE_PRESERVED_NAMES : TRUE
FILE_UNICODE_ON_DISK : TRUE
FILE_PERSISTENT_ACLS : TRUE
FILE_FILE_COMPRESSION : TRUE
FILE_VOLUME_QUOTAS : TRUE
FILE_SUPPORTS_SPARSE_FILES : TRUE
FILE_VOLUME_IS_COMPRESSED : FALSE
FILE_SUPPORTS_OBJECT_IDS : TRUE
FILE_SUPPORTS_ENCRYPTION : TRUE
FILE_NAMED_STREAMS : TRUE
FILE_READ_ONLY_VOLUME : FALSE
FILE_SEQUENTIAL_WRITE_ONCE : FALSE
FILE_SUPPORTS_TRANSACTIONS : FALSE
What do you know, it looks just like a regular NTFS file system.
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