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AW: [bulk] - Re: PLEASE TEST YOUR FS (was Re: 1.7.1: cvs version built in is unstable)

Hi Corinna,

please have a look at the attachment.

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> Von: Corinna Vinschen [

> > For testing, try to create *in Cygwin* a file called "foo." and a file
> > " foo ".  If it works, and if a following `ls' and `rm' on the file
> > works as well, everything's fine.  If some error occurs, especially "No
> > such file or directory", then that filesystem probably requires special
> > handling just like netapp.
> Here's another question to those who can reproduce the problem.
> What I need is an strace from one netapp and and one nwfs filesystem
> when trying to create a file with trailing dots and spaces:
> for the following scenarios:
>   $ strace -o lame_fs.trace touch 'foo.' 'foo '
> This will help to create a workaround for those filesystems.
> I only need straces for the *not* working cases.
> Thanks,
> Corinna
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