Cygwin OCFS support (or lack of)
Wed Feb 13 13:50:00 GMT 2008
I have OCFS access as much as you want
What I do not have right now (and it will take time until i get it) is
a cygwin development environment on my Win2003 servers .
If you will send me binaries I will be extatic to run them and strace them
until I will setup my Cygwin development systems .
On Feb 11, 2008 12:38 PM, Corinna Vinschen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Feb 10 04:18, Robert Pendell wrote:
> > Well I thought to take my hand at it and see what the strace looked
> > like. I followed it against a good strace from one of my own local
> > directories. If you search for fhandler_disk_file::opendir you will
> > find that it fails with error 2 which appears to make subsequent
> > attempts to access information fail (errno 89). You will only find one
> > reference to that handler. Afterwards it silently fails.
> > Please correct me if I am wrong here.
> The opendir works fine. It returns a valid DIR pointer as you can see
> in the line before the geterrno_from_win_error.
> What happens looks like this:
> opendir succeeds.
> In the first call to readdir, NtQueryDirectoryFile generates a Win32
> error 2, "No such file" so readdir fakes a "." directory entry.
> In the next call NtQueryDirectoryFile generates a Win32 error 18,
> "No more files". readdir fakes a ".." entry.
> In the next call NtQueryDirectoryFile generates another Win32 error
> 18 and readdir finally fails with errno 89, "No more files".
> The first error, Win32 error 2 is very strange and I have no explanation
> for this. Maybe it's not enough for OCFS to open the directory handle
> with FILE_LIST_DIRECTORY access. It might help to use GENERIC_READ in
> opendir instead. This should be tested by somebody with OCFS access.
> Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
> Cygwin Project Co-Leader cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
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