Re: cygwin 3.5.3-1 : "Device or resource busy" from 'find {pagefile,swapfile}.sys'

2024-04-04 Thread Bruce Jerrick via Cygwin
On 4/4/24 9:25 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> Should be fixed in cygwin-3.6.0-0.113.g38b513983590, which is
> just being built and should be ready in an hour or two.

Tested OK in .113 .
Now I know where to go to get something fixed yesterday :)

> This will go into 3.5.4, of course.

Thanks for that info.
-- Bruce


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Re: cygwin 3.5.3-1 : "Device or resource busy" from 'find {pagefile,swapfile}.sys'

2024-04-04 Thread Corinna Vinschen via Cygwin
Hi Bruce,

On Apr  4 07:22, Bruce Jerrick via Cygwin wrote:
> As of cygwin 3.5.3-1, 'find' reports "Device or resource busy" and
> exits with status 1 on these two files:
> 
>   $ find /cygdrive/c/{pagefile,swapfile}.sys
>   /cygdrive/c/pagefile.sys
>   find: ‘/cygdrive/c/pagefile.sys’: Device or resource busy
>   /cygdrive/c/swapfile.sys
>   find: ‘/cygdrive/c/swapfile.sys’: Device or resource busy
> 
>   $ echo $?
>   1

Thanks for the report.

Should be fixed in cygwin-3.6.0-0.113.g38b513983590, which is
just being built and should be ready in an hour or two.

This will go into 3.5.4, of course.


Corinna

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cygwin 3.5.3-1 : "Device or resource busy" from 'find {pagefile,swapfile}.sys'

2024-04-04 Thread Bruce Jerrick via Cygwin
As of cygwin 3.5.3-1, 'find' reports "Device or resource busy" and
exits with status 1 on these two files:

  $ find /cygdrive/c/{pagefile,swapfile}.sys
  /cygdrive/c/pagefile.sys
  find: ‘/cygdrive/c/pagefile.sys’: Device or resource busy
  /cygdrive/c/swapfile.sys
  find: ‘/cygdrive/c/swapfile.sys’: Device or resource busy

  $ echo $?
  1

It also happens with cygwin 3.6.0-0.109.ga0a25849f9dd .

It does not happen with cygwin 3.5.1-1 :

  $ find /cygdrive/c/{pagefile,swapfile}.sys
  /cygdrive/c/pagefile.sys
  /cygdrive/c/swapfile.sys

  $ echo $?
  0


I first observed this from running 'updatedb'.
There appear to be no ill effects other than the spurious (?)
error messages and exit status.  E.g., adding '-ls' to 'find'
seems to produce normal stat info.


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