On Mon, Jun 20, 2005 at 08:32:52AM -0700, Thomas R. Bruce wrote:
> Ordinarily, this works fine, and has for years. Now I've created a new,
> linked structure of this kind, and it doesn't work at all. Indexing via
> the "real" path (/var/www/html/anncon) works fine; indexing via the
> symlink doesn't-- it acts as though there are no files in the target
> directory (or that it can't access them). The only difference seems to
> be that (for reasons we're still investigating) the I
> extended-filesystem attribute is set on this symlink but not on any of
> the other similar symlinks associated with other projects (these similar
> setups all work fine, just as they always have). Stracing swish-e is
> unhelpful; a call to lstat on the symlink seems to succeed fine.
All swish does is check if a directory or file is a symlink with
lstat and that you have FollowSymLinks enabled. It will silently
skip those if not enabled.
So the simple test would be to modify fs.c and print a warning when
it's skipped. It's tested in a few places, so keep that in mind.
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Received on Mon Jun 20 09:38:20 2005