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    SubjectRe: wierd file perms
    ls --version
    ls (GNU coreutils) 5.97

    An fsck did it :) and had the source restored by checkout -f

    Think Jan is right, there is a diff between the two...

    On 10/15/07, Mark Lord <lkml@rtr.ca> wrote:
    > Jan Engelhardt wrote:
    > > On Oct 14 2007 09:27, Mark Lord wrote:
    > >> Jan-Benedict Glaw wrote:
    > >>> On Sat, 2007-10-13 22:40:23 +0530, vignesh babu <vigneshbabu@gmail.com>
    > >>> wrote:
    > >>>> I was surprised and did an ls -l on the files and guess what I found:
    > >>>>
    > >>>> total 0
    > >>>> ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? fcntl.c
    > >>>> ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? fifo.c
    > >>>> ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? filesystems.c
    > >>>> ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? file_table.c
    > >>>> ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? freevxfs
    > >>>>
    > >>>> So end result is that, Im not able to delete the files or change perms
    > >>>> or ownership even as root.
    > >>> Most probably, your filesystem is broken and needs a fsck.
    > >> No, this is perfectly normal behaviour, for when a directory
    > >> has READ permissions but not EXECUTE permissions.
    > >
    > > Er, close.
    > >
    > > 16:02 ichi:/dev/shm > md a
    > > 16:02 ichi:/dev/shm > touch a/b
    > > 16:02 ichi:/dev/shm > chmod 644 a
    > > 16:02 ichi:/dev/shm > ls -l a
    > > /bin/ls: cannot access a/b: Permission denied
    > > total 0
    > > -????????? ? ? ? ? ? b
    > > 16:02 ichi:/dev/shm > ls --version
    > > ls (GNU coreutils) 6.9
    > >
    > >
    > > There is a difference .. "-?????????" vs "?---------".
    >
    > That's just a version difference for GNU ls.
    > Here, with ls (GNU coreutils) 5.97 it gives this:
    >
    > ?--------- ? ? ? ? ? a/b
    >
    >
    >


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