Where does ~ldm point? Is it possible you're following a symlink
that points somewhere it isn't supposed to?
Does df -k . in one of the "missing files" dirs return what you expect?
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> 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.
> Robert Mullenax