[Samba] tail -f & the missing data:2.2.5, 2.2.19-6.2.16,
Sean.Cullen at voxpilot.com
Wed Oct 9 17:34:01 GMT 2002
I have a strange problem viewing data in real
time. I wonder can anyone help?
I run tail -f on a file which is served by
a windows 2000 machine. I start a simple
program running on windows 2000 which writes
numbered lines of text to this file. I
notice that tail -f is missing some of
the lines. If I edit the file afterwards
the data is there it's just that tail
seems to miss bits of it when viewing it
in real time.
Redhat 6.2 2.2.19-6.2.16
tail -f sean.txt | tee /tmp/sean-tail.txt
start program on windows 2000
I stop the Windows 2000 process.
I compare sean.txt and /tmp/sean-tail.txt
and they are different.
upgrading to latest RH kernel and samba stable.
handwritten tool to ensure tail was not acting crazy.
Can anyone help me with this?
I noticed some other reports of problems
with tail -f in the archive, but they
appear to be a different problem.
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