Re: weird problem

ls works everywhere but those directories..but I'll try that.
I tried to turning off NFS,  (unshareall) but that didn't help.

Thanks for the tips.
Robert


Jeff Masters wrote:
> 
> My only guess is that the "ls" binary is corrupt or your machine has been
> hacked into and someone has messed with the ls binary. Try copying over
> an ls binary from another machine running the same OS and see if it works.
> You might also turn off all NFS mounts and see if ls works then.
> 
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> On Mon, 2 Apr 2001, 10 wrote:
> 
> > I have a weird problem that may be more of an OS problem
> > I am not sure.  Our main IDD ingest machine is a SPARC
> > Solaris 7 machine.  The data goes into /var/data/ldm.
> > If I do a df -k I can see that the disk is about 70% full,
> > which is what it should be.  If I request data, the data is there
> > (GEMPAK and McIDAS).  If I NFS mount /var/data/ldm from any other
> > machine I can do an ls in all the subdirectories (like
> > /var/data/ldm/gempak/hds) and see all of the files.  BUT
> > if I am local to our ingest machine and cd /var/data/ldm/gempak/hds
> > and to an ls it RETURNS NOTHING!..Yet all of the data is there.
> > Each of the subdirectories under gempak are there but ls shows
> > no files.  Also in the /var/data/ldm/upperair directory
> > where I save raw UA files, same problem.  ls shows directories
> > there but no files..but it is there.  If I go to /var/data/ldm/mcidas
> > and do an ls..everything is fine.  If anyone has any ideas
> > I'd like to hear them.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Robert Mullenax
> >