[Gluster-users] should be: gluster 3.31b*2* destroying mountpoints?
harry.mangalam at uci.edu
Thu Mar 22 21:20:41 UTC 2012
Thanks for the zippy reply, Brian.
There seems to be a typo in your example - what does 'chmod foo/bar'
supposed to do?
But even if that's the case, and the dir is not 'destroyed'. Perhaps
'made unusable' is a better description. Is this the intended effect?
I assume not, but what could lead to it? Or rather why should trying
to mount a gluster volume lead to that effect?
On Thursday 22 March 2012 14:05:25 Brian Candler wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 01:56:49PM -0700, Harry Mangalam wrote:
> > Previous email had a typo in Subject line.
> What do you mean by "destroying" the mountpoint?
> I have seen those d??????????? entries before (not with gluster).
> IIRC it's when a directory has 'read' but not 'execute' bits set.
> $ mkdir foo
> $ chmod foo/bar
> $ chmod 666 foo
> $ ls -l foo
> ls: cannot access foo/bar: Permission denied
> total 0
> -????????? ? ? ? ? ? bar
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