So I have a networked drive. I need to open a lot of files on this drive for writing. What is happening, is that after an arbitrary, random number of files are written, it is suddenly unable to open a file for writing and the program quits. I'm fairly certain this isn't an issue with the program, because I am able to run it on a different machine, accessing the same networked drive, and it runs to completion. Permissions aren't an issue either, it is being run as root. I'm also fairly certain that the tool has everything it needs to run. I'm really not sure what would cause random i/o errors like this when trying to access a networked drive. Any ideas?
- OS: linux, fedora14
- tool is doxygen, version 1.7.4 (latest on f14)
- perl, qt, and doxygen versions match between the two machines (the working one and the one i'm having issues with)
- the two machines are actually VMs (running through VMware workstation)
- i think that the network drive is an NFS mount. I'm not actually a networking/sysadmin person so my knowledge in this area is very limited.