> > BTW, what's with the change to all the error msgs?
> Ah, I'd assumed the %ui was a typo in the format string.  If 
> the intent was to print e.g. 10022i, I'll change it back.

Eh. No, it certainly wasn't. Keep the change :)

> > And finally, the error handling looks a bit off? We specifically
> *don't*
> > want it to log an error for the WSAECONNRESET state - it's a normal 
> > state. Or am I reading the patch wrong?
> If error is WSAECONNRESET, the return value is reset to zero. 
>  That will prevent an error message from being displayed 
> (unless I'm reading something wrong).

Ah. Right. Reading it again I see that you're correct there as well. My

> > Do you get anything at all in the logs when this happens? Are you
> sure
> > the reason is that it picks up an empty file, or could it be
> something
> > else?
> There is nothing in the logs.  It could definitely be something else. 
> A rename race condition was just our best theory.

Ok. Well, I won't say it's impossible, but MoveFile() *should* be
atomic. It could well have something to do with sharing violations
though - our code should deal with that, but there's always a risk.


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