[CentOS] LS command bizzare behavior

Mon Sep 22 21:32:32 UTC 2014
Frank Cox <theatre at melvilletheatre.com>

On Mon, 22 Sep 2014 15:12:07 -0500
Dan Hyatt wrote:
> >>
> >>> but we can vi the files, we can access them via other means if we know
> >>> the name. Then once we have accessed them, LS now shows the files.
> >> Sounds like a caching issue to me.  After you have accessed the file, it's
> >> in the cache and you can see it.
> > More specifically, it sounds like a client-side caching issue.  I've
> > seen this happen on linux clients if I'm *really* fast on the trigger.

> So how do I fix it.
> We actually have a widespread problem with files and directories 
> "disappearing"... as it is one user in particular it might be pilot 
> error, but it might be this. Because this is happening to two competent 
> users.

Is fs-cache enabled?

Have you read this:


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