On Fri, Nov 07, 2008 at 04:19:47PM -0800, Jeremy Chadwick wrote: > On Fri, Nov 07, 2008 at 03:13:03PM -0800, Steve Watt wrote: > > ( Please cc: me on replies, as I can't keep up with traffic on -questions ) > > > > I did the following: > > > > % cd /tmp > > % mkdir -p a/dir1/new a/dir1/cur > > % mkdir -p b/dir1/new b/dir1/cur > > % mkdir -p c/dir1/new c/dir1/cur > > % ls -ld */dir1/new > > drwxrwxr-x 2 steve wheel 512 Nov 7 15:10 a/dir1/new/ > > % > > > > System is: > > FreeBSD wattres.Watt.COM 6.3-STABLE FreeBSD 6.3-STABLE #9: Tue May 13 > > 16:06:34 PDT 2008 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/WATTRES i386 > > > > Source was probably updated a few hours before the kernel build time. > > > > Shell doesn't seem to matter (have tried both tcsh and bash). > > > > My cygwin installation seems to get it right. > > > > Known issue? A quick glance for "glob" in gnats didn't show anything > > promising. > > I can't reproduce this on any of the systems I have access to:
Interesting. The cvsup was 13 May, about 21Z. I can't reproduce it on a 7.1-PRE box (build: 2008-Oct-15) either. The 6.3-STABLE box has been well-behaved since, so I haven't had a lot of reason to futz with it. Maybe I'll run it up to the top of 6-STABLE tonight. > 8.0-CURRENT amd64 (build: 2008/11/07) > 7.1-PRERELEASE amd64 (build: 2008/10/02) > 7.1-PRERELEASE i386 (build: 2008/10/12) > 7.0-STABLE i386 (build: 2008/04/19) > 6.4-PRERELEASE i386 (build: 2008/10/02) > 6.4-PRERELEASE i386 (build: 2008/10/02; different box) > 6.2-STABLE i386 (build: 2007/08/02) > 4.8-RC i386 (build: 2003/03/18) > > P.S. -- You're playing with Maildir, aren't you? :-) Hmm... Wonder what tipped you off? :) I switched over to dovecot in Maildir mode for some of my users who seem to have excessively large mailboxes. Performance is much better for them, and I'm trying to adapt myself. Anyone know of patches for mush to use maildir or imap? (Antique finger neurons that really don't want to be retrained.) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"