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Re: 1.7: Basic file operations fail on network shares provided by Tru64 Advanced Server

On Aug 24 11:40, Heinz Werner Kramski wrote:
> Am 24.08.2010 10:36, schrieb Corinna Vinschen:
> >There's also a new mount option "ihash" since 1.7.6.  It might help
> >with the "cp" issue above, but that probably doesn't help with the
> >"mv" issue.
> Exacly. With "ihash", cp works again, mv still fails.

Ok, that's your official workaround for now.  I'm mulling over the
idea to make it the default for all filesystems recognizes as NTFS
or FAT fakes apart from Samba.

> >of mv.  Would you mind to create an strace under the latest Cygwin
> >developer snapshot, like this:
> >
> >   $ strace -o mv.trace mv somefile newfile
> >
> >and send us the mv.trace file?  This might give a clue where the
> >problem occurs.  Maybe we can find a workaround.
> Here you are, see attachment.

Thanks.  There's an actual STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED, though it's not clear
why.  It seems to have to do with the set of requested access flags,
which appears too be tight for this FS.

I prepared three test DLLs which all request another set of access
  (md5sum 29c3d46465113e69922938a65f693c61)
  (md5sum 8e2facf7fc0641f130a2ed2b69c5665a)
  (md5sum c3b52a03d47fc068b5915a95710723b3)

Would you mind to test all three and report back?


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