[tahoe-dev] Bug in SFTP frontend

Jody Harris imhavoc at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 03:25:21 UTC 2010


more:

I deleted all of the files in the test: alias (but not the child
directories), then copied 10 files from my local filesystem into the alias
root.  Everything seems to work fine now.

.... Unfortunately, other than the lists of files in this thread, I cannot
do any tests on those earlier files.

jody
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On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 8:10 PM, Jody Harris <imhavoc at gmail.com> wrote:

> sftp://localhost:8022/
>
> failed. Nautilus reported:
> "The folder contents could not be displayed."
>
>
> tahoe ls -l test:
> -r-- 62590 Dec 16 22:19 another image.jpg
> -rw-  None Dec 17 18:37      img_2262.jpg
> -rw-  None Dec 17 22:51      img_2401.jpg
> -rw-  None Dec 17 22:55      img_2482.jpg
> -rw-  None Dec 17 22:56      img_2495.jpg
> -rw-  None Dec 20 21:30      img_2997.jpg
> -rw-  None Dec 20 21:46      img_5931.jpg
> drwx     - Dec 26 11:24            subdir
> drwx     - Feb 06 16:23           testing
>
>
> ....
>
> After running tahoe rm test:another\ image.jpg,
>
> Nautilus fails the same....
>
> $ tahoe ls -l test:
> -rw- None Dec 17 18:37 img_2262.jpg
> -rw- None Dec 17 22:51 img_2401.jpg
> -rw- None Dec 17 22:55 img_2482.jpg
> -rw- None Dec 17 22:56 img_2495.jpg
> -rw- None Dec 20 21:30 img_2997.jpg
> -rw- None Dec 20 21:46 img_5931.jpg
> drwx    - Dec 26 11:24       subdir
> drwx    - Feb 06 16:23      testing
>
>
> ----
> - Think carefully.
> - Contra mundum - "Against the world" (St. Athanasius)
> - Credo ut intelliga - "I believe that I may know" (St. Augustin of Hippo)
>
>
> On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 8:01 PM, David-Sarah Hopwood <
> david-sarah at jacaranda.org> wrote:
>
>> David-Sarah Hopwood wrote:
>> > Jody Harris wrote:
>> >> Apparently something was stuck in a cache somewhere.
>> >
>> > If you typed exactly
>> >
>> >   tahoe cp file alias
>> >
>> > rather than
>> >
>> >   tahoe cp file alias:
>> >
>> > then that would have created a copy of 'file' called "alias".
>> >
>> >> David-Sarah: It works!
>> >>
>> >> I can read files in the root directory of an alias!
>> >
>> > I strongly suspect that the original problem was due to the directory
>> > containing a mutable file:
>> > http://allmydata.org/trac/tahoe/ticket/941
>> >
>> > Can you try to reproduce that by listing the original directory (using
>> > your current tree with size-assertions-darcspatch.txt applied), please?
>>
>> I meant, view it via SFTP and also list it using {{{tahoe ls -l}}}.
>>
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