Please describe the problem.
I am running
git-annex test, it stops on an NFS mount with exhausted resources (too many open FDs).
Then I try to remove the
.t directory with
rm -rf .t and get many errors like:
rm: cannot remove `.t/tmprepo61/.git/annex/objects/96/qw/SHA256E-s10--bcc2eba25d48be76c9d968f2d818196b0e10e13476dcff75371fc0ca4910450c/SHA256E-s10--bcc2eba25d48be76c9d968f2d818196b0e10e13476dcff75371fc0ca4910450c': Permission denied
The permissions on those files look normal (they are mine).
What steps will reproduce the problem?
What version of git-annex are you using? On what operating system?
git HEAD (self-built). On Linux.
Please provide any additional information below.
# If you can, paste a complete transcript of the problem occurring here. # If the problem is with the git-annex assistant, paste in .git/annex/daemon.log # End of transcript or log.
Have you had any luck using git-annex before? (Sometimes we get tired of reading bug reports all day and a lil' positive end note does wonders)
On /tmp the self-test works. Maybe it is related to NFS?
Turns out that git-annex was keeping files in .t open in some circumstances after deleting them. I have fixed some of this. Possibly not all. --Joey