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Upgrading to CBFS6 shows contents of virtual disk as files 4Kb in size

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#37251
Posted: 07/15/2016 06:50:57
by Alex Stoev (Standard support level)
Joined: 05/09/2012
Posts: 1

Hello,

We've recently tried from CBFS5 to CBFS6, but there appears to be a problem after adding mounting points as folders.

This is example of how it worked with CBFS 5.0.143 - after adding mount point and navigating to it in the Windows Explorer, that's how contents looked like:
http://i.imgur.com/g3O3eon.png

And this is how it works with CBFS 6.1.180 - same process as above, but all content is displayed as files 4Kb in size:
http://i.imgur.com/rhk9hIB.png

This is a code in question:
Code
cbfs_.SetFileSystemName(const_cast<wchar_t*>(EldosCbFS::k_fs_name));

cbfs_.CreateStorage();

cbfs_.MountMedia(EldosCbFS::k_mount_timeout);

cbfs_.AddMountingPoint((*GetMountPointGenerator()).local_path().c_str(), CBFS_SYMLINK_MOUNT_MANAGER|CBFS_SYMLINK_LOCAL, 0);

ShareResource(); //<- treat as noop in this case

data_cache_ = DataCache::Create(this); //<- treat as noop in this case


Could it be that there were some API changes between these versions which now results in this problem?
#37252
Posted: 07/15/2016 07:27:29
by Volodymyr Zinin (EldoS Corp.)

There have not been any changes in that code since then. Could you try to reproduce the problem with the Mapper (or another) sample? And if it is reproducible please create a ticket in HelpDesk.

Thanks.

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