Mon Dec 1 11:34:25 GMT 2003
However, when I mount the share via smbfs (on a Linux box, of course), the
same file is 2.0T as reported by du (ie: du -csh), 18446744072754680087
bytes as reported by ls, but is only 3340095767 bytes as reported by stat.
Further comparison of stat results of the same file via smbfs and directly
directly (ie: on the server):
Size: 3340095767 Blocks: 6523640 IO Block: 4096 Regular File
Device: 80ah/2058d Inode: 197708955 Links: 1
Size: 3340095767 Blocks: 4293102313 IO Block: 4096 Regular File
Device: 8h/8d Inode: 1775 Links: 1
I will find time when the system is not too loaded to compare the two
files (cmp and diff bail out because of the filesizes), probably using
md5sum. I can't do this right now because it's hogging the system and
The smaller files seem to be okay. I tested an arbitrary file using md5sum
and the "view" of smbfs and the fielsystem are the same.
Any thoughts? Thanks in advance! :)
Federico Sevilla III :: jijo at leathercollection.ph
Network Administrator :: The Leather Collection, Inc.
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