On 19/08/2008, at 11:59 AM, Tom Jackson wrote:
On Tue, 2008-08-19 at 11:37 +1000, russell muetzelfeldt wrote:
On 19/08/2008, at 10:56 AM, Tom Jackson wrote:
You want a transactional database but you are using a filesystem.
If your application wasn't the responsible party which violated the
expectation you state, I would agree (maybe).
please go and re-read this thread, and get your parties straight.
Sorry, I don't follow.
ok, I'll spell it out.
it's not my application that's violated the expectation I state. you
haven't been paying attention to the From: headers, and seem to have
mistaken me for the original poster of this thread.
all I've been saying is that "ns_returnfile <filename>" returning the
content of something other than <filename>, contrary to the
documentation and common sense, is a bug. given that fastpath exists
for a (good) reason, and that the behaviour which triggers the bug is
marginal anyway, the correct response is "the bug will not be fixed,
here's why, and here's how to work around it".
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