• Re: Nfs For Dos?

    From MIKE POWELL@21:1/175 to KIRKSPRAGG on Sun Jun 9 08:23:00 2024
    It really is annoying, particularly when it mangles uppercase 8.3 filenames as
    well. There is a setting to uppercase everything but then it just ignores non 8.3 filenames.
    [K=>S]

    So, if you set it for uppercase, the 8.3 filenames all work fine?

    Mike

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  • From Spectre@21:3/101 to MIKE POWELL on Mon Jun 10 22:06:00 2024
    So, if you set it for uppercase, the 8.3 filenames all work fine?

    I know you can change how the server/client behaves with filenames. I just
    left the linux end at lower case, most operations over there work in lower
    case anyways. And I left XFS/DOS showing all caps. It doesn't appear to do much in the way of translation... mixed case comes out as garbage.

    Spec


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  • From kirkspragg@21:2/150 to MIKE POWELL on Sun Jun 9 21:10:49 2024
    So, if you set it for uppercase, the 8.3 filenames all work fine?

    I believe so, to be sure you should probably confirm that though its been a while since I've experimented with XFS's mount settings.
    It wouldn't be hard to test though.

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