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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21330] - it appears that calling apr_file_open with APR_TRUNCATE doesn't truncate the file as expected.
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 15:06:30 GMT
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it appears that calling apr_file_open with APR_TRUNCATE doesn't truncate the file as expected.





------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2003-07-10 15:06 -------
I just did a test of truncation on Solaris 8 and it worked for me.  We'll
need to know how you are calling apr_file_open(), but first:

Please try this updated version of srclib/apr/test/testfile.c with your
2.0.46 source tree: http://www.apache.org/~trawick/testfile.c

I just added a test of APR_TRUNCATE to see if I could hit a truncation problem.

To try it out:

copy the file into srclib/apr/test
cd srclib/apr/test
make testall
./testall -v testfile

Let us know whether or not it works on your box, and if this test works let us
know how your testcase is different.  (Compare with function test_truncate() in
the new testfile.c mentioned above.)

Thanks!

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