'mkdir -p foo/bar' fails on CIFS share
trudheim at gmail.com
Sat Feb 3 20:34:30 GMT 2007
Observed behaviour on a share mounted from a Samba server (3.0.23c) and
CIFS client 1.46 on a FC6 system;
mkdir -p foo/bar FAIL, but creates 'foo'
mkdir foo foo/bar FAIL, but creates 'foo'
mkdir foo ; mkdir foo/bar FAIL, but creates 'foo'
mkdir foo ; sleep 1 ; mkdir foo/bar SUCCESS
The FAILs return -EACCES on the mkdir call for foo/bar and a -ENOENT on
foo/bar for a stat64 call as well. Is this expected behaviour, or is
there a client (or server) problem here?
Anders Karlsson <trudheim at gmail.com>
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