This is exactly the same bug as #30944, which
was reported more than a month ago but still
is unfixed in 7.1. I am raising its severity
and priority to high and resubmitting it as
a RedHat 7.1 bug.
One additional comment: to see this bug, you
should do "ls *" or "echo *" in tcsh, or use
the glob() function in perl; doing "ls *"
and "echo *" in bash will not reveal the bug
as bash seems to have its own way of doing
Created attachment 16346 [details]
Test program that reproduces bug
We have the same problem on our site. I've just attached a test program that
Also, http://www.fys.uio.no/~trondmy/src/2.4.3/ contains code that fixes the
I've patched the rh71 kernel rpms and made some
new iso files with these. They are available at
Note: They are without any warranty whatsoever,
use them at your own risk!
The patch should also be in kernel version 2.4.3-2.12.1 and later which is in
rawhide / should be there soon
I actually tried downloading and installing kernel-2.4.3-2.12.1 from rawhide,
but I still had the same problem. Perhaps the patch was introduced after
2.4.3-2.12.1 was released?
2.4.3-5 in rawhide absolutely has the patch. If it still doesn't work it's a
glibc bug. Please reopen in that case.
Confirmed; it works!
How about SGI's XFS patches? Are they, or will they be included any time soon.
(Perhaps I should add this as a separate issue?)
The same bug apparently reappears in kernel update 2.4.9-12, RedHat 7.1. Can
anybody confirm this?
I've encountered similar problems with kernel-2.4.9-13 under Red Hat 7.2, but
the symptoms aren't quite the same; with the original 7.1 kernel, one entry was
missing in readdir() output on some, possibly all, directories, while on
2.4.9-13, *nothing* is returned for large directores. Refer to Bug 55864 for