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Keith Beattie <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 30 Jan 2012 17:13:06 -0800
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Hello,

I've got a redirector with 4 data servers behind it and when I run: xrd 
redir_node dirlist
it presents 4 entries for the same top-level dir (one for each of the 
data servers, clearly).  This seems like odd behavior to me, I was 
expecting it to be presented as single filesystem.  Is there a way to 
change this behavior?  (Desirable when there are many (>100) data 
servers in use.)

Related, I think, is when I run: xrd redir_node dirlistrec
expecting it to list all the files on all the servers.  What happens is 
it stops with a 'no such file or dir' error when it encounters a dir 
which is not on all the data servers, but does exist on some.  e.g. I 
can then use xrd to cd to that dir and run a dirlist on it successfully. 
  Same as above, is this an error or expected results?

Thanks,
ksb

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