[Gluster-users] webdav and os x
deanbruhn at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 07:18:58 PDT 2010
The server doesn't provide any logs for the issue at least through the admin console and I don't have shell access as it is platform not glusterfs. With OS X I can provide more issue but I will have to bring the cluster back up. I broke the cluster trying to test the restore functionality and never brought it back up after that. It purely comes down to a permissions issue at this point thought. I can from the command line create a file on the NFS share but am unable to in Finder copy files to or from the NFS share. In finder if I try and access the files I have other issues also.
Ok since i needed to bring it up I just did to recreate the issues.
From the finder when trying to copy a file to the share (CIFS) I get an error that says "The Finder can't complete the operation because some data is "export-20100324(2).tar.bz can't be read or written. (Error code -36)". Additionally when I try and copy a file it will create the stub of the file, but wont actually copy the data.
If I copy the file using the command line it copies without any issue. I can also copy a file off of the share without issue.
From the Finder when I do a "Get Info" to look at the sharing & permissions settings it states that I have unknown access.
From the finder and from the command line I am able to create directories.
Additionally sometimes even from the command line when I am trying to copy a file I get and error on the command line that states. "cp: filename: could not copy extended attributes to /path/to/mount/path/to/file/filename: Input/Output error" OS X in version 10.5 dramatically changed the way they were handling their extended attributes, so I am not sure if the issue exists before 10.5 or not. In 10.5 they had to make a bunch of changes so they could become a certified unix platform.
I have attached the system log from the client machine that shows the error.
Let me know how else I can help you.
On Mar 30, 2010, at 11:11 PM, Raghavendra G wrote:
> Hi Dean,
> Can you give more specific test cases (as in exact sequence of commands), which we can use to reproduce the issue? We would also need client and server log files when you are facing this issue. Please attach the entire client and server log files.
> On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 11:10 PM, Dean Bruhn <deanbruhn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is WebDAV support broken in 3.0.3?
> I have a couple of OS X users that have issues with extended attributes where they can mount the NFS and CIFS shares but are unable to work with the file from a system level. I am able to create new files in the file system but unable to modify or move files to the file system. There are a bunch of other issues surrounding it also. I am wondering if there is a trick to making this work or if its something being addressed for the future.
> - Dean
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