I'm using davfs on an Ubuntu box - whenver I copy files over, they look ok for a second but then when I check a second later the files have file size zero and changed their gid's.
using davfs 220.127.116.11 from ubuntu's apt-get service
running the command: sudo mount -t davfs http://sol/repos/trial_repository webdav
There seems to be a problem when mount.davfs tries to upload the files. They are probably now stored in lost+found.
Please look at the server's log files for PUT requests from the davfs2-client. For more details you may also use wireshark to watch the HTTP-traffic while you copy a file. Please note, that the upload is delayed, so you will have to wait abaout 15 seconds for the PUT request.
I'm getting a new error now (from a different machine):
/usr/lib/mount.davfs-2.6: Could not mount /dev/davfs0 on /home/ubuntu/Desktop/webdav
i'm using it with this command:
sudo mount.davfs 192.168.1.2/repos/trial_repository webdav
What happened to the old error?
Did you look at the server logs?
Would be better to track down the problem instead of trying this and trying that.
Please make sure, your server is properly configured and running. There are a lot of tools to test this: built in debugging of Apache, *log files*, telnet, cadaver, webbrowsers, wireshark.
I have the same problem, although I'm not using coda, but fuse
here's my fstab:
http://someserver/ /mnt/webdav/ davfs noauto,user,rw,uid=carlos,gid=carlos 0 0
Here's the relevant parts of (the rest remains at default) /etc/davfs2/davfs2.conf
dav_group carlos # system wide config file only
use_proxy 1 # system wide config file only
proxy someproxy:8080 # system wide config file only
And here's /etc/davfs2/secrets
/mnt/webdav/ myusername mypassword
I'm using the hasfiles.com free service, so I don't really have access to server's logs.
Any idea ?
This thread contains two different, probably unrelated, problems. Because of this there is no such thing as "the same problem".
Please start a new thread and describe your problem as accurate as possible. You may also consider what is written in the README file about error reporting:
In case davfs2 does not behave as you expect, there is some very useful free
software, to search for the reason:
- Use any browser, telnet and 'openssl s_client' to test whether you can
connect to the server at all.
- Cadaver is a WebDAV-client with an FTP-like interface. Besides the usual
FTP-commands it allows you to display and manipulate WebDAV-properties, e.g.
you can remove stale locks. (http://www.webdav.org/cadaver/)
- You may set option 'debug most" in the davfs2.conf file. This will print a
lot of debug messages in one of your log files.
- Wireshark (former Ethereal) will log and analyze the traffic between davfs2
and the server. (http://www.wireshark.org/)
- If you have access to the server's log files, they contain valuable
When sending a bug report, please include
- the exact version of davfs2 and the source where you got it from.
- a complete description of the bug and the actions that lead to the buggy
behaviour (please note: I usually do not know the acronyms of your favorite
applications, operating system and server. In many cases I never used them).
The exact commands you issued on the command line and the messages you got
from davfs2 are necessary to understand what's going on.
Please always send the original error and debug messages in full. Don't
replace them by your interpretation.
- if possible, output from the above mentioned tools.
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