On 4/24/15 6:48 PM, Garrett Cooper wrote:
On Apr 24, 2015, at 3:42, Julian Elischer <jul...@freebsd.org> wrote:
here's an interesting datapoint. If the test program is run on kFreeBSD using
glibc, it runs without flaw.
OS-X (bsd derived libc) HFS+ fails
FreeBSD libc (UFS) fails
FreeBSD libc (ZFS) fails
FreeBSD glibc succceeds
Centos 6.5 glibc succeeds
some NFS tests would be nice to do too I guess...
glibc authors seem to have done something right.. it even copes with FreeBSD
What version of FreeBSD are you running (uname -a) / coming up with the
above results on? I’m asking because IIRC there was an issue that pho@ brought
up with readdir/telldir/etc that was fixed on CURRENT in the past 1-2 years for
us, that might be affecting you.
11-current as of a few weeks ago
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