A question about /var/run/hald/acl-list
ozan at pardus.org.tr
Thu Dec 11 16:19:19 PST 2008
Some of our users have some troubles when booting their systems. Mudur,
the init subsystem of Pardus, tries to clean up /var and /tmp upon
boot and somehow fails when trying to unlink the file
/var/run/hald/acl-list. Here's a part of the backtrace of mudur:
<Type 'exceptions.OSError'> [Errno 116] Stale NFS file handle:
After finding out that acl-list is the cause of the problem, I requested an ls output
of that directory:
-????????? ? ? ? ? ? acl-list
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Aug 18 17:47 hald-local
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Aug 18 17:47 hald-runner
I'm curious about what the question marks tries to explain but it's obvious that there's some
trouble. The user's root filesystem is a local ext3 one, no NFS or other remote share exists.
(He has an ntfs partition mounted on /mnt, i'm a little suspicious about ntfs-3g.)
What kind of acl this file holds?
Do you have an idea why this file can't be removed or should it be removed?
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