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Bug#180065: I'm running with this patch successfuly

At Thu, 06 Feb 2003 17:12:06 -0600,
nstraz@sgi.com wrote:
> Here is the output from readdir01 from from the ltp-kernel-test package.
> readdir01    1  FAIL  :  readir(test_dir) Failed on try 90, errno=75 : Value too large for defined data type
> readdir01    2  FAIL  :  found less files than were created
> readdir01    0  INFO  :  created: 100, found: 89
> This was working with glibc 2.2 and the glibc22-getdents-fix patch.  
> 0list says there is a kernel workaround.  Where is this documented?

glibc22-getdents-fix patch is not related to this problem.  It fixed
gettdents() unavailability on kernel 2.2.

At Tue, 11 Feb 2003 12:46:35 -0600,
Nathan Straz wrote:
> I have successfully rebuilt glibc 2.3 with this dpatch.  I verified that
> readdir01 passes on a mounted IRIX NFS directory.  I can now see all
> 9000 linux-kernel messages in my maildir again.  :)

What's the status of this patch?

I don't know it's glibc problem.  What's the point of this patch?  If
kernel 2.4 + glibc 2.3 works fine, then we don't need to introduce
such a workaround patch to glibc...

-- gotom

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