On 2/25/15 5:34 AM, Eggert, Lars wrote:
this came up when trying to port tup (https://github.com/gittup/tup) to FreeBSD.
Even though we are opening the file read-only with cat, FUSE calls truncate()
on it, which modifies its mtime and this screws up tup. See
Anyone know why FreeBSD's FUSE is doing this?
nope but it has lots of other bugs..
for example it caches information when it shouldn't, even from
'dynamic' file systems
We had to change the code to disable it as our data is synthetic and
might change between reads.
fstat info is also cached and confused our apps mightily.
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