Subject: Re: PR 36963
To: Jan Danielsson <email@example.com>
From: Adam Hamsik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/19/2007 19:29:25
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On Sep 19, 2007, at 2:38 PM, Jan Danielsson wrote:
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> Adam Hamsik wrote:
>>> "id" returns the correct information even when the problem is
>>> "active". As does "user info".
>> So we have permission denied error even we have good information.
> Yes. I don't know if I've actually said it explicitly, but as
> far as
> I can tell, this problem is the *only* problem I'm having. NetBSD 4 is
> very stable otherwise. And it's not behaving flakey, apart from the
> permission problem. That's why I personally haven't really suspected
> garbled user info data. (Also, the fact that things return to normal
> when I log out with my normal user is a good indication).
>> What about kauth(9) ? Can be this some unfound kauth issue lfs was
>> used too much when elad written kauth? Can you ktrace/ktruss
>> failing ls ?
> I have, in the PR. But since you're not the first person who
> asks, I
> assume that there's something wrong with the kdump log I made. Are
> any special flags I should be using that I haven't? Or should I
> post the
> complete logs? (Very long for the functional ls).
What filesystem do you use ? please give us more configuration
options so we can try to reproduce this behavior. fstab, passwd ;)
without passwords(pkgsrc, jan user), how have you installed your
> - --
> Kind regards,
> Jan Danielsson
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Proud NetBSD user.
We program to have fun.
Even when we program for money, we want to have fun as well.
~ Yukihiro Matsumoto
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