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Re: [Gnu-arch-users] file-find PANIC

From: Andy Tai
Subject: Re: [Gnu-arch-users] file-find PANIC
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 23:27:38 -0700

Vladimir, is it possible for me to try access the particular archive, if it is publicly accessible?

Alternatively, can you try the latest tla snapshot and see if the problem still exists?


On 4/27/06, Vladimir Zolotykh <address@hidden> wrote:
Encountered a problem with the file-find, made a search and found

the bug seems hasn't been fixed yet, because now I observe the same
with Tla 1.3-1 (Debian, Sarge). However I think I can make a little
norrowing for the nature (and may be location?) of the bug. Please
consider the follwing

  $ tla get address@hidden/clim-change-layout--main--1.0 clim-change-layout
  * from import revision: address@hidden/clim-change-layout--main--1.0--base-0
  * making pristine copy
  * tree version set address@hidden/clim-change-layout--main--1.0
  $ cd clim-change-layout/
  $ tla file-find
  Error during call to `vu_chdir' for ./1 (No such file or directory)
  PANIC: I/O error
  $ cd ..
  $ mv clim-change-layout/ foo
  $ cd foo
  $ tla file-find
./{arch}/++pristine-trees/unlocked/clim-change-layout/clim-change-layout--main/clim- change-layout--main--1.0/address@hidden/clim-change-layout--main--1.0--base-0/./

May be some buffer overflowing when working with long pathnames?

Vladimir Zolotykh

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