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Re: Bogus file content on copies

From: Mark . Burgess
Subject: Re: Bogus file content on copies
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 09:59:12 +0200 (MEST)

I don't even understand how this *could happen*, so any
details you can find out would be useful,


On 16 Jul, Jeremy 'Circ' Charles wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-07-16 at 12:13, address@hidden wrote:
>> I have not seen this for many years: Might be something to do with
>> threading libraries. PLease try to reproduce this running it in
>> a debugger. Only a stack error could cause something like this.
> I'd be curious to know what platform Steve encountered this problem on.
> I have cfagent doing a TON of work as part of my RedHat 9 installation
> procedure and in maintaining the machines thereafter.  Yesterday I had
> one cfagent run hang after dropping content just like what Steve pointed
> out in a file:
>> address@hidden:inputs# more cfservd.conf
>> t 2048BAD: Host authentication failed. Did you forget the domain name?
> In my case, it was a different file, but my recollection of the bogus
> content is just like the above.
> It has only happened once that I'm aware of.  I wrote it off as a fluke,
> blew away the goobered file on the target machine and started over.  All
> was well after that.  :-)

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