On Tuesday, Feb 4, 2003, at 23:01 US/Pacific, Jon Reynolds wrote:
Not sure what application is being used here. It could be that in one case the original file is being opened and closed, and in the other the save mechanism is attempting to open the original file, then delete that file and save a new one by the same name. Check the inodes involved; do some basic file creation/deletion tests, etc. I ran into this issue once years ago in a Banyan Vines (Unix-based) network with a particular word processor.A windows user can take a document off of the fileserver and edit that file and save it back to the fileserver, no problem.A Mac user can connect to the fileserver and edit the same document but when trying to save back to the fileserver they are asked to rename the file because one by that name already exists.
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