Description of problem:
When I try to use utime for setting mtime / atime for a file on CIFS share I've an OSError wirh errno ENOENT.
os.stat works fine without errors on the same file.
Searching around I've found bug #443395 so I've tested mtime preservation with cp -p and it works fine.
The bug is present in Fedora 14 and 15.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
On Fedora 15: python-2.7.1-7.fc15.i686
On Fedora 14: python-2.7-8.fc14.1.i686
Steps to Reproduce:
1. mount a CIFS share, say to /mnt/cifs1
2. cd /tmp; echo 123 > f123; touch -d '2005-01-02 11:00' f123
3. use the following script:
old = os.stat("/tmp/f123")
os.utime("/mnt/cifs1/f123", (old.st_atime, old.st_mtime))
OSError raised with errno 2
os.utime should be successfully executed
It seems that OSError is raised only if the CIFS server doesn't support the option serverino or if noserverino is specified at mount time.
cp -p works with both serverino and noserverino
python copyfile + utime doesn't work with noserverino
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