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SubjectRe: [BUG] smbfs: caching problems


Urban Widmark wrote:

> On Sun, 1 Apr 2001, Xuan Baldauf wrote:
>
> > there is something wrong with smbfs caching which makes my
> > applications fail. The behaviour happens with
> > linux-2.4.3-pre4 and linux-2.4.3-final.
> >
> > Consider following shell script: (where /mnt/n is a
> > smbmounted smb share from a Win98SE box)
>
> Try the attached patch, as a workaround.
>

Works for me. :-)

It survived codified test case at the end of this message.

Xuân.


#!/bin/bash
#

if test -z "$1"; then
LOCAL=0
fi

if test -n "$LOCAL"; then
umount /mnt/n

rmmod smbfs

# mount
~/bin/lwc

cd /mnt/n/temp
fi


rm -f /tmp/test.abc /tmp/test.xyz testfile

I=0
while test $I -lt 127; do
echo "abc" >>/tmp/test.abc
I=$((I+1))
done

I=0
while test $I -lt 129; do
echo "xyz" >>/tmp/test.xyz
I=$((I+1))
done

I=0

while test $I -lt 8; do
cp /tmp/test.abc testfile
tail -1 testfile
cp /tmp/test.xyz testfile
tail -1 testfile

I=$((I+1))
done

rm -f /tmp/test.abc /tmp/test.xyz testfile


if test -n "$LOCAL"; then
umount /mnt/n
fi


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