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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17357] - Large files cause incomplete directory listings
Date Fri, 28 Feb 2003 19:06:34 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jwoolley@apache.org  2003-02-28 19:06 -------
Okay, here's what I've found so far.  apr_dir_read() calls apr_lstat() on the next item in
the 
directory.  the lstat() call fails with errno==75: Value too large for defined data type.
 This causes 
the apr_lstat to fail which causes apr_dir_read to fail which makes mod_autoindex think it's
hit 
the end of the directory. 
 
I'm going to say either 
(a) this is not a bug in mod_autoindex but rather a bug in APR 
(b) this is a bug in mod_autoindex since it should notice what the error was and just put
a ? 
     in for the filesize like you say Apache 1.3 did. 
 
I'll have to discuss with the other developers.

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