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From: "Chris January" <chris AT atomice DOT net>
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Subject: Re: bash lookups
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 19:27:45 +0100
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> So this is very strange.  I have some files stored in NFS, for some reason
> when I cd into a directory in NFS and 'ls' it acceses all the files
> nicely.  (i.e. one lookup for each file, plus some extra dll's)
> 
> However ls -l accesses all these other files:
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: winmm.dll
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave1
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave2
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave3
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave4
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave5
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave6
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave7
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave8
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: wave9
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi1
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi2
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi3
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi4
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi5
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi6
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi7
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi8
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: midi9
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mmdrv.dll
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux1
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux2
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux3
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux4
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux5
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux6
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux7
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux8
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: aux9
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer1
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer2
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer3
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer4
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer5
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer6
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer7
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer8
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: mixer9
> 
> And in the presence of cygwin symlinks (symlink.lnk) ls -l does the
> following for each symlink
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink.exe
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink.exe
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink.exe.lnk
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink.exe
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink.exe
> sfsrwcd: LOOKUP: symlink.exe.lnk
> 
> Is there a way to switch off the devices lookup above?
What's sfsrwcd?
Are you opening /dev/dsp?

Chris


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