On 19/08/2008, at 10:44 AM, Tom Jackson wrote:
On Tue, 2008-08-19 at 10:01 +1000, russell muetzelfeldt wrote:
sure, the original use case that triggered this seems non-optimal,
and could be done in other ways that don't trigger the bug, but that
doesn't mean fastpath is behaving correctly...
The "use case" is a bug. You can't violate the essential
the support system and call it a bug. The granularity is: inode, size,
timestamp. Now, if we could just slow down AOLserver so that this
happens, that would be a great fix.
yes, that's exactly what I said - fastpath should be removed.
snark aside, if I say "ns_returnfile /tmp/foo-abcd" but nsd sends the
contents of the now-deleted /tmp/bar-wxyz to the client then it's not
doing what I've explicitly asked, and it's a bug.
just because the correct (imo) response is "tag WONTFIX, document as
a gotcha, document workaround" doesn't mean that the behaviour is
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