Our git version is v2+ for some time now, but go.mod
still declared v1. Hopefully making both match makes
All the import paths have been fixed like this:
find . -name \*.go | xargs sed -i s%github.com/rfjakob/gocryptfs/%github.com/rfjakob/gocryptfs/v2/%
to fix a crash reported in https://github.com/rfjakob/gocryptfs/issues/430 :
2019/10/30 17:14:16 Unknown opcode 2016
panic: runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference
[signal SIGSEGV: segmentation violation code=0x1 addr=0x20 pc=0x508d38]
This patch is only in the v2.x.x branch. Upgrade to v2, as the
old API is also supported there.
git grep hanwen/go-fuse | grep -v hanwen/go-fuse/v2
to check for forgotten references comes back clean.
Old XFS filesystems always return DT_UNKNOWN. Downgrade the message
to "info" level if we are on XFS.
Using the "warning" level means that users on old XFS filesystems
cannot run the test suite as it intentionally aborts on any
Now that we have Fstatat we can use it in Getdents to
get rid of the path name.
Also, add an emulated version of getdents for MacOS. This allows
to drop the !HaveGetdents special cases from fusefrontend.
Modify the getdents test to test both native getdents and the emulated
...and if Getdents is not available at all.
Due to this warning I now know that SSHFS always returns DT_UNKNOWN:
gocryptfs: Getdents: convertDType: received DT_UNKNOWN, falling back to Lstat
This behavoir is confirmed at http://ahefner.livejournal.com/16875.html:
"With sshfs, I finally found that obscure case. The dtype is always set to DT_UNKNOWN [...]"
The Readdir function provided by os is inherently slow because
it calls Lstat on all files.
Getdents gives us all the information we need, but does not have
a proper wrapper in the stdlib.
Implement the "Getdents()" wrapper function that calls
syscall.Getdents() and parses the returned byte blob to a