On 19/08/2008, at 10:14 AM, Tom Jackson wrote:
No, fastpath is making the exact same assumptions that any archive
program would make, which is to record certain attributes at the time
something is cached and then compare them with the same attributes at a
Could the file name (just the name, not even the full path) not be added to the mix? Then using a random string as filename would make the problem go away, would it not?

Also, would it be possible to tell ns_returnfile to not use fastpath, if it is for one time use?

The alternative in this scenario would of course be to simply read the file and just ns_return it.


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