[1.5] ls -l on /cygdrive/d doesn't work

David Engraf david.engraf@sysgo.com
Mon May 25 12:53:00 GMT 2009


Hi,

I have encountered a problem while listening the content of a CD. When I 
call "ls -l /cygdrive/d" the file size and creation/modification time is 
corrupted. This also happens on usb sticks formatted with fat32. Only 
ntfs formatted filesystems have the correct listening.
Attached is a strace log calling the function fstat on a file located on 
the specified filesystem.

//ISO9660
get_file_attribute: file: d:\README.txt
read_ea: 1. chance, C0000010 = NtQueryEaFile (d:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR), 
Win32 error 1
read_ea: C0000010 = NtQueryEaFile (d:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR), Win32 error 1
read_ea: 8313 = read_ea (0, d:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR, 22A9F0, 4)
fhandler_base::fstat_helper: 0 = fstat (, 0x22A9E0) st_atime=6B126FF 
st_size=-40681930227712, st_mode=0x22A9F061, 
st_ino=-4583408731929810241, sizeof=96
fstat64: 0 = fstat (3, 0x22A9E0)


//FAT32
get_file_attribute: file: e:\README.txt
read_ea: 1. chance, C000004F = NtQueryEaFile (e:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR), 
Win32 error 282
read_ea: C000004F = NtQueryEaFile (e:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR), Win32 
error 282
read_ea: 8313 = read_ea (0, e:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR, 22A9F0, 4)
fhandler_base::fstat_helper: 0 = fstat (, 0x22A9E0) st_atime=6D7072 
st_size=3328772759537140781, st_mode=0x22A9F061, 
st_ino=-3532118121688219773, sizeof=96
fstat64: 0 = fstat (3, 0x22A9E0)


//NTFS
get_file_attribute: file: c:\README.txt
read_ea: 0 = read_ea (6BC, c:\README.txt, .UNIXATTR, 22A410, 4)
fhandler_base::fstat_helper: 0 = fstat (, 0x22A400) st_atime=4A1A7CA3 
st_size=3088, st_mode=0x8124, st_ino=3096224743855743, sizeof=96
fstat64: 0 = fstat (6, 0x22A400)


Thank you

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