I have a weird problem, i.e. curlftpfs works for "tee", but not working for "tee -a".
On Debian Lenny, kernel:
debian:~# uname -r
debian:~# curlftpfs --version
curlftpfs 0.9.2 libcurl/7.18.2 fuse/2.7
debian:~# curlftpfs -o direct_io,kernel_cache,nonempty,user=steven ftp://192.168.120.254/images /mnt
Enter host password for user 'steven':
debian:~# df /mnt
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
7999999992 0 7999999992 0% /mnt
debian:~# echo "test" | tee /mnt/test
debian:~# ls -alFh /mnt/test
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 5 2008-10-12 12:33 /mnt/test
debian:~# echo "test2" | tee -a /mnt/test2
tee: /mnt/test2: Operation not supported
Is anything I did wrong or this is a bug ?
Thanks in advance.
I did a test on Debian Lenny with updated libcurl3 (version 7.19.4-1), same curlftpfs (0.9.2-1), both of them are backported from Debian Sid. The problem still exists:
debian:~# curlftpfs -o direct_io,kernel_cache,nonempty,user=steven ftp://192.168.120.254 /mnt
debian:~# mount |grep "\/mnt"
curlftpfs#ftp://192.168.120.254/ on /mnt type fuse (rw,nosuid,nodev)
debian:~# echo "test" | tee /mnt/test.txt
debian:~# echo "test" | tee -a /mnt/test2.txt
tee: /mnt/test2.txt: Operation not supported
I have a Debian live CD with the packages libcurl3 (7.19.4-1) and curlftpfs (0.9.2-1) , if it's easier for you to reproduce the problem, and to debug and fix it. Please let me know if you need that.
curlftpfs is the best ftpfs I can find, so I'd like to have this bug fixed.
Thanks in advance.
OK, with some more debug, looks like there is something not implemented in ftpfs.c. This is run with debug option on:
unique: 2, error: 0 (Success), outsize: 136
unique: 3, opcode: OPEN (14), nodeid: 2, insize: 48
1240745739 ftpfs.c:703 ftpfs_open_common: access_mode=O_WRONLY, flags=O_APPEND
1240745739 ftpfs.c:758 opening /test2.txt with O_APPEND - not supported!
ftpfs: operation ftpfs_open failed because Operation not supported
unique: 3, error: -95 (Operation not supported), outsize: 16
Any idea when it will be implemented ?
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