[Bugs] [Bug 1436673] Restore atime/ mtime for symlinks and other non-regular files.

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Thu Apr 26 06:31:33 UTC 2018


Vijay Avuthu <vavuthu at redhat.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|ON_QA                       |VERIFIED

--- Comment #10 from Vijay Avuthu <vavuthu at redhat.com> ---
(In reply to Ravishankar N from comment #9)
> Vijay,
> What is happening is when the empty file is  created on the down brick
> (after bringing it up) as a part of entry self-heal, it changes time stamp
> of the parent directory.
> The patch for this bug basically handles fixing timestamps during metadata
> self-heal. We need to do it for entry self-heals too. But given it is a day
> one issue, you could probably raise a separate bug for it that can be
> targeted for the next release.
> A simple reproducer would be:
> -create 1x2 volume
> -create a 'dir' from mount
> -kill one brick
> -touch 'dir/file'
> -bring back brick after some time
> -after healing, mtime and ctime of 'dir' will be different, while it should
> be same.

Thanks Ravi for the explanation. I will raise separate bug for the same.

Moving status to verified.

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