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Re: solaris find bug

From: James Youngman
Subject: Re: solaris find bug
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 13:46:48 +0100

On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 4:06 PM, Kay Nettle <address@hidden> wrote:
> We have a Netapps providing nfs service to our Solaris (5.9) and
>  linux boxes.  We have find verison 4.2.27 installed and if you cd to a
>  .snapshot directory and do a 'find . -type d' you get:
>  ./hourly.0/Browser
>  ./hourly.0/Browser/intellinux
>  ./hourly.0/Browser/HowTo
>  ./hourly.0/Browser/HowTo/ENU
>  find: ./hourly.1: No such file or directory
>  find: ./nightly.0: No such file or directory
>  find: ./hourly.2: No such file or directory

I just tried something similar and failed to reproduce your problem on
a NetApp here.  But I am not using Solaris, I'm using GNU/Linux.
Since I have no access to a Solaris system, I'm not able to diagnose
the problem directory, so I'm afraid you will need to do a lot of the

Please figure out

1. What you expect find to do
2. Whether it is actually doing that
3. If not, where the behaviour diverges from what you expect

You might find it helpful to use a debugger to set a breakpoint on the
"error" function.   You may also find it helpful to compare system
call traces between your Solaris and Linux systems (since I assume
both platforms have access to the same NetApp filers).


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