[Gluster-users] File renamed, but I get "overwrite?" prompt when I try to rename it back again to the original name

Sabyasachi Ruj ruj.sabya at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 05:58:16 UTC 2012

Did not make any difference using  --attribute-timeout=0. Strangely I
am noticing that this problem happens if I use tab-completion to
complete the name of "sqlite.org"!

On 5 June 2012 04:15, Anand Avati <anand.avati at gmail.com> wrote:
> You probably are treading within the narrow boundary of fuse's
> entry/attribute timeout. Can you mount with --attribute-timeout=0 and
> --entry-timeout=0 and see if it eliminates the behavior?
> Avati
> On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 6:26 AM, Sabyasachi Ruj <ruj.sabya at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So here is the situation (this is not reproducible every time, but I
>> got it twice).
>> directory "sqlite3.org" has already been renamed from client2.
>> executing these commands from client1 gives this output:
>>    # stat sqlite.org
>>    stat: cannot stat `sqlite.org': No such file or directory
>> This proves that there is no sqlite.org. But when I execute the following:
>>    # mv sqlite.org1 sqlite.org
>>    mv: overwrite `sqlite.org'?
>> Any idea, why does it prompt me to overwrite sqlite.org when there is
>> no such directory?
>> --
>> Sabyasachi
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