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Issues with find in /proc

Hi All,

I'm not sure if this is expected behaviour or not, but I've noticed
the following:

csutclif@EUSH000065 /proc
$ find .
find: `./registry': Bad file descriptor
find: `./registry32': Bad file descriptor
find: `./registry64': Bad file descriptor
assertion "ent->fts_info == FTS_NSOK || state.type != 0" failed: file
"/usr/src/findutils-4.5.4-1/src/findutils-4.5.4/find/ftsfind.c", line
475, function: consider_visiting
Aborted (core dumped)

Of particular interest to me is the fact that the registry*
directories respond with "Bad file descriptor" because I was trying to
use find to locate a subkey based on a string pattern.

I assume the core dump at the end shouldn't occur as well?


Chris Sutcliffe

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