Subject: setting file timestamp with NFS v3
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: enami tsugutomo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/07/1996 16:32:37
I recently found, for example, tar sometimes doesn't restore file
mtime correctly (see example below). But if I mount with -o -2, then
timestamp is restored correctly. Does anyone rest have similar
experience? Or am I missing something?
The nfs server and client are both NetBSD/i386 1.2_BETA, but things
are same with FreeBSD-current machine I have.
plants-doll% which tar
plants-doll% pwd # /tmp is ffs.
plants-doll% tar tvf t # contents of tar file `/tmp/t'
-rw-r--r-- enami/wheel 0 Jun 20 07:07 1996 a
plants-doll% ls -l a # there exists old /tmp/a
-rw-r--r-- 1 enami wheel 0 Jul 7 13:28 a
plants-doll% tar xvf t # restore onto old file
plants-doll% ls -l a # new file with correct time stamp
-rw-r--r-- 1 enami wheel 0 Jun 20 07:07 a
plants-doll% cd /a/tmp # goto nfs mounted directory
plants-doll% ls -l a # there is also old file
-rw-r--r-- 1 enami wheel 0 Jul 6 22:36 a
plants-doll% tar xvf /tmp/t # overwrite it
plants-doll% ls -l a # extracted but wrong time stamp
-rw-r--r-- 1 enami wheel 0 Jul 7 16:09 a