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NCP OES

Hello

I have a BIG Problem with our OES Server. We are using NCP with FS Jfs.
I have a Volume Vol1(FS JFS).I open the dos-box (cmd)
then:

md \\srvup\vol1\test
md \\srvup\vol1\TEST

then i have 2 directories on my Server “test lower” and “TEST upper”
can I disable that?

Thanks


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Re: NCP OES

vhauten@csb.de wrote:

> Hello
>
> I have a BIG Problem with our OES Server. We are using NCP with FS Jfs.
> I have a Volume Vol1(FS JFS).I open the dos-box (cmd)
> then:
>
> md \\srvup\vol1\test
> md \\srvup\vol1\TEST
>
> then i have 2 directories on my Server “test lower” and “TEST upper”
> can I disable that?


Linux file systems are case sensitive, but I didn't realise that it would be
carried through NCP. I see the problem... I'll need to see what I can
find.
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Re: NCP OES

Thanks

The rights are:

drwxr-xr-x 2 admin root 1 Dec 8 08:51 test (first created dir) OK!

drwx------ 2 root root 1 Dec 8 08:51 TEST Wrong!!

I test the FS : EXT3 , JFS Reiser on all Fs the same prob.
Thanks
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Re: NCP OES

Thanks

The rights are:

drwxr-xr-x 2 admin root 1 Dec 8 08:51 test (first created dir) OK!

drwx------ 2 root root 1 Dec 8 08:51 TEST Wrong!!

I test the FS : EXT3 , JFS Reiser on all Fs the same prob.
Thanks
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