Steve French wrote:Make sure that you let me know if your cat example works when mounted with the relatively new "noperm" mount option on the client. At least then we will know whether we are looking at a problem with access control on the server (ntfs acls) or client (unix mode bits and the .permission entry point)
Eric,Well I would be surprised the "cat >> titi" command does any of this
byte range lock. If the "create and later rewrite the same file"
sequence fails, with a simple cat command (cat > titi ... ^D; cat >>
titi), how can it works with complicated applications?